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Jack S. Kilby Ph.D.

Jack S. Kilby Ph.D.

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2000
Co-nobelists Zhores Alferov, Herbert Kroemer

Prize: "for his part in the invention of the integrated circuit.

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Publication:1/56
Publication No:US RE31473 E
Title:System for fabrication of semiconductor bodies 
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Dec 27, 1983
Filing Date:Mar 2, 1982
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, William R. McKee, Wilbur A. Porter
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Incorporated
Abstract:A system and method is provided for forming semiconductor tear-drop shaped bodies having minimal grain boundaries. Semiconductor material is melted in a capillary tube at the top of a tower, and forced under gas pressure through a nozzle. Separate semiconductor bodies are formed. They are passed through a free fall path over which a predetermined temperature gradient controls solidification of the bodies. The resultant bodies are tear-drop semiconductor bodies of near uniform size with minimal grain boundaries.
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Publication No:US 5611884 A
Title:Flip chip silicone pressure sensitive conductive adhesive
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Mar 18, 1997
Filing Date:Dec 11, 1995
Inventors:Clayton R. Bearinger, Robert C. Camilletti, Jack S. Kilby, Loren A. Haluska, Keith W. Michael
Original Assignee:Dow Corning Corporation
Abstract:A method and composition for joining flip chips back-side-up with respect to substrates by applying an adhesive between the active side of the flip chip and the substrate. The adhesive is a conductive silicone pressure sensitive adhesive containing (i) a silicone resin, (ii) a siloxane gum, (iii) a conductive particulate material, and optionally, (iv) a peroxide catalyst. Suitable conductive particulate materials are silver-clad glass fibers; spherical gold particles; spherical hollow glass microspheres coated with silver, gold, nickel, or copper; or spherical particles of metal alloys of Sn/Cu, Pb/Sn, or Au/Sn. The adhesive can be applied as a ball or bump itself, in conjunction with a solder ball or bump, or in the form of tape sandwiched between the flip chip and substrate.
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Publication No:US 4322379 A
Title:Fabrication process for semiconductor bodies
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Mar 30, 1982
Filing Date:Apr 2, 1979
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, William R. McKee, Wilbur A. Porter
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Incorporated
Abstract:A system and method is provided for forming semiconductor tear-drop shaped bodies having minimal grain boundaries. Semiconductor material is melted in a capillary tube at the top of a tower, and forced under gas pressure through a nozzle. Separate semiconductor bodies are formed. They are passed through a free fall path over which a predetermined temperature gradient controls solidification of the bodies. The resultant bodies are tear-drop semiconductor bodies of near uniform size with minimal grain boundaries.
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Publication:4/56
Publication No:US 4270263 A
Title:Glass support light energy converter
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jun 2, 1981
Filing Date:Aug 10, 1978
Inventors:Elwin L. Johnson, Jack S. Kilby, Jay W. Lathrop, John S. McFerren, David J. Myers
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Incorporated
Abstract:Semiconductor particles are distributed in a single level layer orientation in a glass sheet with portions of each particle exposed at both surfaces of the sheet. A metal layer on one surface of the sheet is in ohmic contact with the body of each particle and forms a common electrode.
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Publication No:US 4188177 A
Title:System for fabrication of semiconductor bodies
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Feb 12, 1980
Filing Date:Feb 7, 1977
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, William R. McKee, Wilbur A. Porter
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Incorporated
Abstract:A system and method is provided for forming semiconductor tear-drop shaped bodies having minimal grain boundaries. Semiconductor material is melted in a capillary tube at the top of a tower, and forced under gas pressure through a nozzle. Separate semiconductor bodies are formed. They are passed through a free fall path over which a predetermined temperature gradient controls solidification of the bodies. The resultant bodies are tear-drop semiconductor bodies of near uniform size with minimal grain boundaries.
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Publication No:US 4173494 A
Title:Glass support light energy converter
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Nov 6, 1979
Filing Date:Feb 14, 1977
Inventors:Elwin L. Johnson, Jack S. Kilby, Jay W. Lathrop, John S. McFerren, David J. Myers
Original Assignee:Jack S. Kilby
Abstract:Semiconductor particles are distributed in a single level layer orientation in a glass sheet with portions of each particle exposed at both surfaces of the sheet. A metal layer on one surface of the sheet is in ohmic contact with the body of each particle and forms a common electrode.
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Publication:7/56
Publication No:US 4042948 A
Title:Or insulating substrate
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Aug 16, 1977
Filing Date:May 20, 1974
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Incorporated
Abstract:Isolation of integrated circuit components using an insulating substrate (such as ceramic or intrinsic semiconductor) and/or using mesas to separate components laterally and to define passive components.
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Publication No:US 4021323 A
Title:Solar energy conversion 
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:May 3, 1977
Filing Date:Jul 28, 1975
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, Jay W. Lathrop, Wilbur A. Porter
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Incorporated
Abstract:Solar energy conversion is provided by a structure formed of a plurality of photovoltaic sources. An electrolyte wets the sources. Upon exposure to light the photovoltaic sources cause a current to flow in the electrolyte producing an electrochemical reaction. The products of this reaction may then be collected and stored. In a preferred embodiment the electrolyte is an aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide, and the hydrogen produced by the electrochemical reaction may be stored, burned as a fuel or used in a fuel cell to produce electrical energy.
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Publication:9/56
Publication No:US 4001947 A
Title:Teaching system
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jan 11, 1977
Filing Date:Aug 16, 1973
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby
Original Assignee:Jack S. Kilby
Abstract:A system for teaching spelling, arithmetic or other drill subject is disclosed which utilizes a magnetic tape to store signals containing both oral questions and digital data representative of the correct answer to the question. A teacher's encoding unit provides means for recording the question on the magnetic tape, and means for encoding and recording on the tape the correct alphabetical or numerical answer to the question. A student's unit includes a playback system for reproducing the signals from the tape and presenting the question to the student. The student then sets the alphabetical or numerical answer into an encoder and a comparator compares the answer encoded by the student with the coded answer stored on the tape.
Each of the units features an encoder having twelve character select switches each having 27 positions. A dual indicator system permits the entire alphabet plus the entire numerical system, or a total of 52 characters to be included in the answers.
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Publication:10/56
Publication No:US 3979758 A
Title:Electrostatic head with toner attracting plates
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Sep 7, 1976
Filing Date:Jan 20, 1975
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, Jay W. Lathrop
Original Assignee:Kilby Jack S, Lathrop Jay W
Abstract:An electrostatic imaging system is disclosed having an imaging head characterized by a plurality of discretely chargeable areas. The charge on each discrete area is controlled by a separate binary circuit. The imaging head is preferably a monocrystalline semiconductor substrate with the discretely chargeable areas being either metallized plates or regions of one conductivity type that are individually isolated by regions of the other conductivity type. The binary circuit associated with each chargeable area is formed in the semiconductor substrate using conventional integrated circuit technology. One embodiment of the imaging head is used in an electrostatic line printer programmed by the output from a digital system to produce matrix type characters. Another embodiment of the imaging head may also be used in an electrostatic half tone facsimile system.
Still another embodiment of the imaging head is used in electrostatic systems for producing high quality characters in high or low speed electrostatic systems which are geometrically programmed using light coupling, capacitive coupling, or resistive coupling to the imaging head. The imaging heads may also be used in temporary display systems in which visible particles are attracted to selectively activated, separated by chargeable areas each controlled by a programmable bistable circuit.
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Publication:11/56
Publication No:US 3979757 A
Title:Electrostatic display system with toner applied to head
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Sep 7, 1976
Filing Date:Jan 15, 1975
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, Jay W. Lathrop
Original Assignee:Kilby Jack S, Lathrop Jay W
Abstract:An electrostatic imaging system is disclosed having an imaging head characterized by a plurality of discretely chargeable areas. The charge on each discrete area is controlled by a separate binary circuit. The imaging head is preferably a monocrystalline semiconductor substrate with the discretely chargeable areas being either metallized plates or regions of one conductivity type that are individually isolated by regions of the other conductivity type. The binary circuit associated with each chargeable area is formed in the semiconductor substrate using conventional integrated circuit technology. One embodiment of the imaging head is used in an electrostatic line printer programmed by the output from a digital system to produce matrix type characters. Another embodiment of the imaging head may also be used in an electrostatic half tone facsimile system.
Still another embodiment of the imaging head is used in electrostatic systems for producing high quality characters in high or low speed electrostatic systems which are geometrically programmed using light coupling, capacitive coupling, or resistive coupling to the imaging head. The imaging heads may also be used in temporary display systems in which visible particles are attracted to selectively activated, separated by chargeable areas each controlled by a programmable bistable circuit.
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Publication:12/56
Publication No:US 3955354 A
Title:Display for electronic clocks and watches
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:May 11, 1976
Filing Date:Feb 11, 1974
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, Robert F. Schweitzer
Original Assignee:Jack S. Kilby
Abstract:An electronic timepiece with minimal power requirements, employing a single ring of individual visual display elements selectively actuated to display hours, minutes, and seconds.
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Publication:13/56
Publication No:US 3944724 A
Title:Paging system with selectively actuable pocket printers
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Mar 16, 1976
Filing Date:May 18, 1972
Inventors:Jack S. Kilby, Robert F. Schweitzer, John McCrady
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Incorporated
Abstract:A paging system, or the like, having a transmitting station and a plurality of pocket sized subscriber units is disclosed. The transmitting station has a keyboard for encoding alphanumeric characters of a message and a subscriber code, a storage means for a predetermined number of characters of a message, means for converting a binary character code, such as ASCII, to a binary code representative of the character to be displayed in matrix form, and a format circuit for transmitting successive columns of the successive matrix code with blank columns and timing spaces there between to facilitate reconstruction of the subscriber code and message. Each of the subscriber units is battery powered and sized to be carried in a pocket of the user's clothing. Each pocket unit includes a receiver, means for detecting a unique subscriber code and enabling the display, for example, a non-impact type thermal printer having a single column of thermal print elements, and a system for advancing a thermally sensitive record tape past the print elements. Synchronism of such pocket printer is controlled by the format of the subscriber code and message, with blank spaces at the end of each column of data being detected to cause the print elements to be heated in accordance with the column data and then the record tape advanced one column width. A receiver having a nonprinting, visual message display is also disclosed.
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Publication:14/56
Publication No:US 3920979 A
Title:Electronic check writer
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Nov 18, 1975
Filing Date:Oct 19, 1973
Inventors:Jack S Kilby, John Mccrady, Robert F Schweitzer
Original Assignee:Jack S Kilby
Abstract:A personal check accounting unit includes an alphanumeric keyboard for entry of transaction data including an alphabetic portion and a numeric portion. The transaction data is stored and a calculator unit responds to the numeric portions to operate thereon to compute balance data. A memory receives and stores the output from the calculator, and print means is actuated in response to entry of the alphanumeric data for printing a verification thereof along with the contents of the memory. In one aspect, a check pack holder is attached to the printer, and an electrical storage unit in the pack powers the print means to print the quantity of checks in the pack.
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Publication No:US 3898450 A
Title:Reliable flashlight
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Aug 5, 1975
Filing Date:Nov 1, 1973
Inventors:Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:A flashlight including a reusable reflector unit and a replaceable battery unit, where all of the electrical connections between lamp, batteries and switch are permanent, and are encased within the battery unit.
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Publication:16/56
Publication No:US 3835530 A
Title:Method of making semiconductor devices
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Sep 17, 1974
Filing Date:Sep 22, 1971
Inventors:J Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:A method of manufacturing semiconductor integrated circuits in complex arrays. A large number of electronic components are formed on a wafer and interconnected to define functional elements using a first metallization level. The functional elements are tested at this point, and selected ones are connected together by a second metallization level to provide the desired system.
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Publication:17/56
Publication No:US 3819921 A
Title:Miniature electronic calculator
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jun 25, 1974
Filing Date:Dec 21, 1972
Inventors:J Kilby, J Merryman, Tassel J Van
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:Binary-coded decimal electronic calculator capable of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with some degree of automatic decimal point placement to provide a visual display of answers of up to 12 decimal digits. The decimal digits are serially displayed at a speed compatible with the calculator operations. The parts of the calculator are so adapted electrically and mechanically in relation to each other to result in a minature portable battery operated calculator of extremely small dimensions for example the outside case dimensions of 41/4 inches by 61/8 inches by 13/4 inches and very low weight of about 45 ounces, having a calculating capability only before obtainable in calculators of much larger size and weight while retaining mechanical and operational simplicity. Some significant aspects of the calculator are the primary electronics embodied in an integrated semiconductor circuit array located in substantially one plane for performing the arithmetic calculations and generating the control signals, a keyboard input arrangement located in substantially one plane parallel to the integrated semiconductor circuit array for producing unique electrical signals corresponding to number and command entries and a visual display using a semiconductor array, as for a thermal printer for printout.
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Publication:18/56
Publication No:US 3793487 A
Title:System for screening telephone calls
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Feb 19, 1974
Filing Date:Jun 26, 1972
Inventors:Kilby J
Original Assignee:Kilby J
Abstract:A system for screening telephone calls is described which intercepts an incoming ring signal to prevent disturbing the called party. The system produces an off-hook condition and responds with a recorded announcement specifying the activity in which the called party is involved and indicating that he would prefer not to be interrupted, and also gives instructions as to how the calling party may nevertheless continue the call by initiating an additional dialed signal if he wishes. When the calling party initiates the additional signal specified by the instruction, preferably by dialing the digit "1," the called party is summoned to the telephone after a predetermined time delay. As an alternative to interrupting the called party, the calling party may record a message. The recorded announcement may be modified by the subscriber at any time to tailor the announcement to the occasion to enable the calling party to better use his judgment as to when to interrupt.
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Publication:19/56
Publication No:US 3784721 A
Title:System for screening telephone calls
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jan 8, 1974
Filing Date:Nov 22, 1971
Inventors:Kilby J
Original Assignee:Kilby J
Abstract:A system for screening telephone calls is described which intercepts an incoming ring signal to prevent disturbing the called party. The system produces an off-hook condition and responds with a recorded announcement specifying the activity in which the called party is involved and indicating that he would prefer not to be interrupted, and also gives instructions as to how the calling party may nevertheless continue the call by initiating an additional dialed signal if he wishes. When the calling party initiates the additional signal identified by the instruction, such as by dialing one or more digits, or when an additional prearranged signal is transmitted, the called party is summoned to the telephone. As an alternative to interrupting the called party, the calling party may record a message. The recorded announcement may be modified by the subscriber at any time to tailor the announcement to the occasion to enable the calling party to better use his judgment as to when to interrupt. Other telephone answering functions are also described.
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Publication No:US 3781866 A
Title:Binary encoding switch
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Dec 25, 1973
Filing Date:Jun 18, 1971
Inventors:Kilby J
Original Assignee:Kilby J
Abstract:A binary encoding switch is described having a slide which is manually movable along a linear path adjacent a printed circuit board. The printed circuit board has five tracks comprised of conductive and non-conductive segments and a sixth track that is continuously conductive. The slide houses six conductive balls, each of which is biased into engagement with one of the tracks by a separate conductive leaf spring. A guide way is associated with the printed circuit board for guiding the slide along the linear path. A set of detents is also associated with the printed circuit board and a detent pin is carried by the slide. The detent pin is manually disengaged by the same operating tab used to move the slide longitudinally of the track. Electrical energy is continuously provided to the balls by way of the continuously conductive track and the leaf springs. Thus, the balls and tracks form individual switches which are open or closed in accordance with the conductive and non-conductive segments of the tracks. A diode associated with each of the five segmented tracks permits the conductive state of the respective ball and track switch to be used for binary coding purposes.
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Publication No:US 3777067 A
Title:System for disabling incoming telephone calls
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Dec 4, 1973
Filing Date:Dec 30, 1971
Inventors:Kilby J
Original Assignee:Kilby J
Abstract:A system for detecting a ring signal and responding with a busy signal is disclosed. The system is under the control of the subscriber to present an open circuit condition to the central switching circuit until a ring signal is detected. Then a closed circuit condition is established and a signal duplicating the system busy signal is applied to the telephone line to give the calling party the impression that the called station is busy. The subscriber may activate the device either manually or by voice in response to a ring signal, or the device may be placed in an activated condition at any time and remain in the activated condition for a selected period of time to automatically respond to an incoming ring signal with an off-hook condition and a busy signal before an audible ring signal occurs.
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Publication No:US 3711626 A
Title:Circuit board
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jan 16, 1973
Filing Date:Sep 29, 1969
Inventors:J Kilby, Tassel J Van
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:A single-sided or a double-sided circuit board is provided with mounted semiconductor devices. The metal conductors on the circuit board are interconnected by wires embedded in the board itself, thereby dispensing with the need for a multilayered circuit board.
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Publication:23/56
Publication No:US 3698082 A
Title:Complex circuit array method
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Oct 17, 1972
Filing Date:Feb 25, 1971
Inventors:Tom M Hyltin, Jack S Kilby, Gerald Luecke, Harold D Toombs
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:A method for fabricating an integrated circuit array supporting substrate having coaxial transmission lines formed about a core means in proper position for electrically connecting integrated circuit chips. After determining the position and function of the integrated chips mounted upon the core means, the substrate is fabricated by properly positioning insulated conductors in a frame designed to retain the conductors in a desired arrangement, folding the frame about the core, plating the insulated conductors, core and frame with metallized layers to form coaxial cables of the insulated conductors, encapsulating the device, and exposing the ends of the coaxial lines.
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Publication No:US 3696411 A
Title:Keyboard encoder
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Oct 3, 1972
Filing Date:Nov 12, 1970
Inventors:Kilby Jack S, Tassel James H Van
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:Disclosed is a keyboard encoder capable of directly encoding decimal input information into electrical binary code. The electrical encoding of the information appears at the output terminals of the encoder when the key representing the information to be encoded is depressed. The depressed key causes the selective shorting together of certain ones of a group of encoding conductors which are connected to the output terminals.
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Publication No:US 3643232 A
Title:Large-scale integration of electronic systems in microminiature form
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Feb 15, 1972
Filing Date:Jun 5, 1967
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:Large-scale integration of complex electronic circuitry and systems in semiconductor microminiature form comprising functional elements or cells at least partially in one surface of a semiconductor substrate and arranged in rows and columns with spaces between the rows, each cell including a plurality of first conductivity-type semiconductor regions in the substrate of opposite conductivity type in spaced-apart relation to form plural conduction paths and at least one semiconductor region of said first conductivity type extending under one of the spaces and being common to a conduction path in each of a pair of adjacent cells in a column. Also, disclosed is a multilayer connector pattern supported by the substrate and interconnecting the cells into an electronic system wherein the upper connector layer includes a supply line arranged to wind along the spaces in a serpentine fashion.
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Publication No:US 3643138 A
Title:Semiconductor device
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Feb 15, 1972
Filing Date:Jan 29, 1962
Inventors:Jack St Clair Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication No:US 3496333 A
Title:Thermal printer
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Feb 17, 1970
Filing Date:Sep 26, 1968
Inventors:Earl G Alexander, Stephen P Emmons, Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:28/56
Publication No:US 3484534 A
Title:Multilead package for a multilead electrical device
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Dec 16, 1969
Filing Date:Jul 29, 1966
Inventors:Jack S Kilby, James H Van Tassel, Harold D Toombs
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:29/56
Publication No:US 3436604 A
Title:Complex integrated circuit array and method for fabricating same
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Apr 1, 1969
Filing Date:Apr 25, 1966
Inventors:Tom M Hyltin, Jack S Kilby, Gerald Luecke, Harold D Toombs
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication No:US 3435516 A
Title:Semiconductor structure fabrication
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Apr 1, 1969
Filing Date:Jan 13, 1967
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:31/56
Publication No:US 3434015 A
Title:Capacitor for miniature electronic circuits or the like
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Mar 18, 1969
Filing Date:Feb 17, 1967
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication No:US 3411051 A
Title:Transistor with an isolated region having a p-n junction extending from the isolation wall to a surface
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Nov 12, 1968
Filing Date:Dec 29, 1964
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:33/56
Publication No:US 3386187 A
Title:Teaching machine
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jun 4, 1968
Filing Date:Feb 28, 1966
Inventors:Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication No:US 3364397 A
Title:Semiconductor network inverter circuit
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jan 16, 1968
Filing Date:Jan 13, 1967
Inventors:Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:35/56
Publication No:US 3350760 A
Title:Capacitor for miniature electronic circuits or the like
Publication Type:Applications
Publication Date:Nov 7, 1967
Filing Date:Mar 16, 1964
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:36/56
Publication No:US 3340406 A
Title:ntegrated semiconductive circuit structure
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Sep 5, 1967
Filing Date:Jan 24, 1967
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:37/56
Publication No:US 3313986 A
Title:Interconnecting miniature circuit modules
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Apr 11, 1967
Filing Date:Dec 23, 1965
Inventors:Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:38/56
Publication No:US 3304429 A
Title:Electrical chopper comprising photo-sensitive transistors and light emissive diode
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Feb 14, 1967
Filing Date:Nov 29, 1963
Inventors:Edward L Bonin, Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication No:US 3222610 A
Title:Low frequency amplifier employing field effect device
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Dec 7, 1965
Filing Date:May 2, 1960
Inventors:Evans Arthur D, Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication No:US 3211972 A
Title:Semiconductor networks
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Oct 12, 1965
Filing Date:Jun 24, 1964
Inventors:Jack S Kilby, Jay W Lathrop
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Ahstract
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Publication No:US 3138744 A
Title:Miniaturized self-contained circuit modules and method of fabrication
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jun 23, 1964
Filing Date:May 6, 1959
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:42/56
Publication No:US 3138743 A
Title:Miniaturized electronic circuits
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jun 23, 1964
Filing Date:Feb 6, 1959
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:43/56
Publication No:US 3138721 A
Title:Miniature semiconductor network diode and gate
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jun 23, 1964
Filing Date:May 6, 1959
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:44/56
Publication No:US 3134049 A
Title:Modular electrical units and assemblies thereof
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:May 19, 1964
Filing Date:May 13, 1958
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication:45/56
Publication No:US 3115581 A
Title:Miniature semiconductor integrated circuit
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Dec 24, 1963
Filing Date:May 6, 1959
Inventors:Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
Abstract:No Abstract
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Publication No:US 3072832 A
Title:Semiconductor structure fabrication
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jan 8, 1963
Filing Date:May 6, 1959
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Texas Instruments Inc
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Publication No:US 3069261 A
Title:Method of making porous metal bodies
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Dec 18, 1962
Filing Date:Oct 25, 1957
Inventors:Kilby Jack S, Williamsen Everett J
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Publication No:US 3052822 A
Title:Modular electrical unit
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Sep 4, 1962
Filing Date:May 28, 1958
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Publication No:US 2945163 A
Title:Component mounting for printed circuits
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jul 12, 1960
Filing Date:Jan 10, 1955
Inventors:Le Roy E Dilger, Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Publication No:US 2892130 A
Title:Plug-in circuit units
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jun 23, 1959
Filing Date:Dec 16, 1953
Inventors:Jack S Kilby
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Publication No:US 2883499 A
Title:Resistance trimmer
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Apr 21, 1959
Filing Date:Nov 24, 1953
Inventors:Khouri Alfred S, Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Publication No:US 2841508 A
Title:Electrical circuit elements
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Jul 1, 1958
Filing Date:May 27, 1955
Inventors:Kilby Jack S, Roup Rolland R
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Publication No:US 2823262 A
Title:Telephone answering device
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Feb 11, 1958
Filing Date:Oct 21, 1953
Inventors:Kilby Jack S, Youngbeck Karl W
Original Assignee:H A Milhaupt Inc
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Publication No:US 2762001 A
Title:Fused junction transistor assemblies
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Sep 4, 1956
Filing Date:Mar 23, 1955
Inventors:Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Publication No:US 2759854 A
Title:Method of manufacturing capacitators
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:Aug 21, 1956
Filing Date:Jun 20, 1951
Inventors:Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Publication No:US 2637777 A
Title:Electrical network having distributed capacitance
Publication Type:United States Utility Patent
Publication Date:May 5, 1953
Filing Date:Feb 27, 1950
Inventors:Khouri Alfred S, Kilby Jack S
Original Assignee:Globe Union Inc
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Name: Jack S. Kilby
Birth: 8 November 1923, Jefferson City, MO, USA
Death: 20 June 2005, Dallas, TX, USA
Institution: Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX, USA
Award: "for his part in the invention of the integrated circuit"
Subject: electronics technology
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