Raytheon 2N132  
Written by Accutron on 2017-02-07  

The Raytheon 2N132 germanium PNP junction transistor is a miniaturized RETMA-numbered version of the CK725, first introduced in 1954. Designed for use in audio frequency preamplifiers, the 2N132 is a minuscule device. Despite its early metal can construction, its size is comparable to modern small signal transistors.

Raytheon 2N132 germanium PNP junction transistor.

This article is part of the [Discrete Semiconductors] exhibit.

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