Someone enlighten me here. I thought that transistors were originally analog devices for many years. They had to be re-designed to be on-off devices. Am I wrong?... as it does not have the discrete on/off characteristics of silicon.
Yup we can play Crisis, but could a computer built with these transistors ;-)[citation][nom]zzz_b[/nom]The transistor can be in the active region, saturation region and cut-off region. So, it is an analog device, but in the saturation region is fully on, while in the cut-off region is off. These regions are used for the "digital" signal.I guess most of you guys know only how to play Cryis. :-([/citation]