HISTORIC TRANSISTOR HOBBYIST SUPPLIES!
Supplies for the Transistor Historian
Only from the TransistorMuseum™
General Electric was an
industry leader in germanium technology throughout the 1950s. The first GE junction transistors were
introduced in late 1953 (PNP alloy junction devices, labeled as
2N43/44/45). Within the next
couple of years, GE developed a variety of additional types, including the
grown junction 2N167, introduced in 1955.
This was a high reliability switching transistor and was used in
digital computers and by the military.
The 2N167 was very successful and continued to be manufactured by GE
for over a decade. The 2N167A was
introduced in 1960 as a mechanically “ruggedized” version of the 2N167. The
2N167/2N167A was also made available as a US Air Force (USAF) labeled
Transistor Order Will be Supplied in the Storage/Display Envelope Shown
Above, which Includes an Insert with Historical Description
Grown Junction Transistor
Vintage 1950s – 1960s
Your TransistorMuseum™ 2N167/2N167A
Order Will Contain:
(Style Shown Above)
Insert Depicting the Historical Importance of this Classic Transistor,
Includes Two Schematics Using the 2N167 in Historic Computer Circuits
and Display Envelope
$10 per Package (One Transistor)
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By Jack Ward