1969-02-01

Hybrid Integrated Circuits in Vehicular Applications 690011

In this paper hybrid integrated circuits are defined by comparing them with monolithic (single chip) IC’s and conventional discrete component circuits. Some of the currently popular hybrid IC construction techniques are reviewed. The utility of hybrid IC’s for automotive applications is discussed and this leads to consideration of some of the basic problems in applying electronics to automobiles.

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