Home:  Semiconductors: LS737 STC POINT CONTACT TRANSISTORS IN ORIGINAL BOX , 1950's

LS737 STC POINT CONTACT TRANSISTORS IN ORIGINAL BOX , 1950's

View all Semiconductors

LS737 STC POINT CONTACT TRANSISTORS IN ORIGINAL BOX , 1950's

Successor to the First UK Point Contact transistor developed in the UK by STC at Ilminster in Somerset the LS737 was a Higher current gain version of the LS736. Item A1427 These Transistors came from STC's laboratory at Ilminster in Somerset.
A label found inside this box written by the original keeper, Mr Henry Wolfson, at STC read:- 'The first point contact transistor marketed by STC', 'LS828 the first Junction transistor', '3X301n & LS873 later versions'. These other items can be seen under A1427.
For Synthetic Germanium See Item A1431.

Nortel Collection

Add a memory or information about this object

A1429



2007 The Museum of Technology, The Great War and WWII
Company registered in England No. 7452160, Registered Charity No. 1140352, Accredited Museum No. 2221