Siemens TV Set (Part 2)

Siemens TV Set (Part 2)

Another miniature television set was discovered embedded within the circuitry of a Siemens SDA 9243 dynamic sequential access memory for television (TV-SAM) integrated circuit. The Siemens Semiconductor Group is now Infineon Technologies, poised to command a large market share of the industry.

The integrated circuit was donated to the Silicon Zoo by German photographer Karl E. Deckart, who is one of our featured microscopists. To view more of Karl's work, visit his Mikro/Makro website, which contains a sampler of his transmitted and reflected light images captured with a microscope.


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