Infinitely Tiny Microchip Art


Fri, Mar 18th, 2011 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

Chip designers like to put little messages and art pieces on the microprocessors they create. But unless you have an electron microscope, there is no way you're going to see them no matter how hard you squint. As website explains:

Chipworks found an example of such imagery on the Infineon PMB5703 dual-mode RF transceiver IC. The chip is used in both the Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet and Galaxy S smartphone.



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