Norman B. Krim, né le 3 juin 1913 à New York et mort le 14 décembre 2011, est un ingénieur américain, pionnier de la technologie des transistors.↑ Norman Krim, Who Championed the Transistor, Dies at 98, The New York Times

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  • Norman B. Krim, né le 3 juin 1913 à New York et mort le 14 décembre 2011, est un ingénieur américain, pionnier de la technologie des transistors.
  • Norman (Norm) B. Krim (1913–2011) was an American electronics engineer and engineering executive. His drive to create a transistor product for the electronic experimenter-hobbyist market contributed to paving the path for a generation of American electronic engineers and technicians during the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union.The result was that a whole generation of aspiring engineers — kids, really, working in their garages and basements — got to make all kinds of electronic projects. A lot of them went on to become engineers.—Harry Goldstein, editor for IEEE Spectrum magazine.
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  • Norman B. Krim, né le 3 juin 1913 à New York et mort le 14 décembre 2011, est un ingénieur américain, pionnier de la technologie des transistors.↑ Norman Krim, Who Championed the Transistor, Dies at 98, The New York Times
  • Norman (Norm) B. Krim (1913–2011) was an American electronics engineer and engineering executive.
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