A few decades that have followed the introduction of the transistor, towards the end of the 1940s, have witnessed an astounding change in the electronics industry. The miniaturization that has been achieved leaves us surprised of its scope. Complete systems now appear on a silicon wafer, thousands of times smaller than a single element of initial networks.
The miniaturization developed in recent years has resulted in systems so small that now the basic purpose of the encapsulation is only to obtain some means to manipulate the device and to ensure that the connections remain adequately fixed at the base of the semiconductor.
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