TitleSalsbury patent notebook (#1235)
DescriptionThis volume describes processing, yield and circuit performance issues with 64 element CCD photodiode light sensing arrays being developed in association with Fairchild SDS (Space and Defense Systems). The first successful operation of a 64 element array IA64 is documented (p. 93). Later pages hold Polaroid photos of waveforms measured on the product.
This is one of 2 books authored by Salsbury. The other volume is numbered 74-1457.
AuthorSalsbury, Philip J.
Biographical NotesPhilip (Phil) J. Salsbury received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and attended Stanford University from 1965 to 1969 where he received an M.S.E.E. and Ph.D. He joined Fairchild in 1970 and worked on design, processing, and failure analysis of CCD photo sensitive devices. He joined Intel in 1974 and holds several patents related to EPROM devices from his role as engineering manager. He co-founded SEEQ Technology in 1981 where he held the positions of vice president, chief technical officer and secretary. He served as President and CEO from 1993 to 1999.
ExtentApproximately 64 dated entries over 150 pages.
Dimensions12 x 10 inches
PatentsThe author is named as inventor on 6 U.S. patents, including 2 patents assigned to Fairchild:
U.S. patent 3836409, “Uniplanar CCD structure and method.” Filed 1972-12-07. Issued 1974-09-01.
U.S. patent 3853634, “Self-aligned implanted barrier two-phase charge coupled devices.” Filed 1973-05-21. Issued 1974-04-17.