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Texas Instruments

Coordinates: 32°54′33″N 96°45′04″W / 32.909256°N 96.751054°W / 32.909256; -96.751054

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Transistor Radio - Background
... Texas Instruments had demonstrated all-transistor AM (amplitude modulation) radios as early as 1952, but their performance was well below that of equivalent vacuum tube ... However, as with the early Texas Instruments units (and others) only prototypes were ever built it was never put into commercial production ... the other radio makers were planning transistor radios of their own, but Texas Instruments and Regency were the first to offer a production model ...
Software Industry In Karnataka - Origin
... The origin of the growth of the software industry in Karnataka seems to have been the entry of Texas Instruments which was the first multinational to set up base in Bangalore in 1985 ... Texas Instruments was searching for a location to set up their overseas development centre in India in early 1980s ... Texas Instruments currently has a big facility in Bagmane Tech Park in Bangalore near the airport ...
List Of Southern Methodist University People - Notable Alumni or Attendees - Business
... of Dru Hill Entertainment, an all male adult film company - Irving, Texas Gabriel Barbier-Mueller - Founder and CEO, Harwood International * Richard L ... Ford - Dallas-based billionaire Arthur George - Senior Vice President, Texas Instruments Aart J ... of the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League Jerry Junkins - Chairman and CEO, Texas Instruments Jack M ...

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