Kt Kingtronics Use of Transistors

 In 1956, the Nobel Prize in Physics went to three American Physicists, Walter Houser Brattain, John Bardeen, and William Bradford Shockley. These physicists designed the first transistor in 1947, opening the doors to transistor radios, space flight, hearing aids, amplifiers, switches and computers. According to the Nobel Prize website, today's transistors are smaller than a strand of human hair.