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shoorick



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bitRAKE



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That is wonderful. Very Happy
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Really. Thank you for this nice link. Smile
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shoorick



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Borsuc



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I don't understand much of what he did Laughing
(I've never been trained in artisanship unfortunately)
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HyperVista



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Thank you shoorick for sharing this highly entertaining video.

You might find this link to The Transistor Museum website of interest to you. There are some nice photos and oral histories.
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shoorick



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thanks, amazing museum!

btw, one of my first "device" was radio receiver with single vacuum tube (dual triode 6N1P [6Н1П]), but it was not receiving any station, so, i've been abused to radio waves and disassembled it Very Happy seems, i made wrong coil, so receiver was out of any broadcasting band Very Happy

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also, being a schoolboy, i've been working while school practice at our semiconductor plant (later it dead because of democraty Confused ). i've stole a not-finished transistor as a souvenir Razz seems, it was MP25 (МП25) germanium transistor. it have not ever been sealed with cap Wink


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