Integrated Circuit Boards - IBM, 1965-1969 Object Reg. No: ST 043752

Integrated Circuit Boards manufactured by IBM, dating from the late 1960s. These circuits contain what should be more correctly called 'composite' circuits. These contained about 10 to 20 components. Composite circuits were one of the first steps towards miniaturisation. These circuits were probably used in an IBM 360.
Five integrated circuit boars and one carboard box - see images. Each component is labelled and a punched card is attached to box.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from IBM Australia Pty Ltd, 1996
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 75 cm (Width), 85 cm (Length)
Dimension Comment: Dimensions of largest board; smallest is 40 by 80 by 5 mm

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Tagged with: computing, circuit boards
Themes this item is part of: Information & Communication Collection
Primary Classification: COMPUTING & CALCULATING
Secondary Classification: Digital Computing
Tertiary Classification: components & circuits
Manufacturer: International Business Machines (IBM), United States of America, 1965-1969

Manufacturer & Designer.

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