Second generation 1954- 1964- history of computer , Electrical Engineering

Second Generation ( 1954- 1964)

After the invention of semiconductor devices mainly transistors size of computer s was reduced a lot computing power increased reliability was  increased and cost was reduced. Such  computers called  the computers o second generation were totally different from  the computers of first generation. PDP -1  and NCR 304 were the   names  of few computer of second generation.

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