The company is a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of specialised components and subsystems, falling within two product groups - electronic tubes
and sensors and semiconductors.
We now connect with other human beings by sitting in our bedrooms clad in pajamas, sniping away like a bunch of angry chipmunks at people on the other end of the electronic tubes
that connect the Internet.
are the enabling technology behind radiotherapy cancer treatments, microwave medical therapy and high-energy physics.
The business makes electronic tubes
used for cancer radiotherapy treatment, high power terrestrial TV transmitters, satellite communications and radar systems.
4 billion yen due to weaker sales of general components and electronic tubes
For all of our trappings and toys, we could use a little harmony - within ourselves and within the world we have created in our electronic tubes
In the case of passive components and electronic tubes
, partner Matsushita was cited as part of the solution, suggesting that the latter is to be invited to buy Siemens out of the business.
World War II military needs sped up computer development resulting in the ENIAC, the first fully electronic computer which contained 20,000 electronic tubes
and filled a 30 by 50 foot room.
Laboratory domonstration systems developed by the late 1940s relied on electronic tubes
for logic, memory, and control functions.