On the Examination of Seven Soviet Circuits, A Brief Report

Price: 350.00 USD

n.p: Control Data Corporation, 1979. Approx. 200 pages. 3-hole folder bound, illus. (some in color), diagrams. Name of previous owner and Pentagon room number on title page. Covers somewhat worn and soiled, production representative of internal corporate reports. Copy #7 of a limited production. It is not clear how many copies were made, but since some of the illustrations are color prints the assumption is that only a handful were produced. This is an internal Control Data Corporation evaluation by their Microcircuits Division of seven Soviet circuits that they had received the previous October. A primary internal conclusion was that CDC expected "the Soviet's semiconductor technology to follow an evolutionary course similar to that of Japan. " In the Conclusion section it states "The results of this investigation suggest that the Russians are capable of manufacturing complex integrated circuits....The workmanship of the Russian devices appears to be comparable to similar American made devices. " This report bears no proprietary notations. This kind of corporate technology analysis rarely surfaces in the marketplace. Presumed First Edition/First Printing Limited number produced. good.

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