The indestructible transistor


This is a classic article from New Scientist’s archive, republished as part of our 50th anniversary celebrations WHEN the American Snark guided missile went berserk last month and vanished in the direction of Brazil, apparently beyond recovery, some doubts were raised about claims of durability which had just been made for the tiny transistor (now widely used in radio and electronics to replace in certain circumstances the orthodox radio valve). The Snark evidently failed to obey signals. If that was because the signals were not received,
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