The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 97, July 1993 - April, 1994 Page: 56
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Southwestern Historical Quarlerly
Some key components of a typical tran-
sistor radio laid out on a "breadboard"
(above) of the sort used in the develop-
ment of the Regency TR-1, the first all-
transistor radio (right), at Texas
Instruments' Dallas laboratory in 1954.
The accompanying first-person ac-
count, by the head of the team of TI
engineers who worked on the "top-se-
cret" project, describes a milestone in
American electronics and a significant
event in the rise of Texas as a center of
American high-tech industry. Courtesy
Paul D. Davis.
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