TitleChua patent notebook (#1018)
Biographical NotesHua-Thye (H. T.) Chua grew up in Malaysia and Singapore. He received a B.S.E. from Ohio University (1959) and M.S.E.E. from the University of California, Berkeley (1961). He joined Fairchild in 1963 where he designed high-speed bipolar logic and memory ICs. He joined Intel Corporation where together with R. Bohn he designed the company’s first commercial product, the 3101 64-bit bipolar Schottky TTL RAM, in 1969. In 1978, with John Birkner, he designed and patented the PAL family of programmable logic devices at Monolithic Memories Inc. for which he was named an MMI Fellow. A co-founder of Peer Research in 1988 (renamed QuickLogic in 1991), he served as Vice President of Technology Development from 1989-04 to 1996-12.
ExtentDated entries on pages 7-14.
Dimensions12 x 10 inches
PatentsThe author is named as inventor on 5 U.S patents, including 1 patent assigned to Fairchild
U.S. patent 3427474, “Transient overdrive for DTL circuits.” Filed 1966-02-24. Issued 1969-02-11.