A microchip can be injected into the human body through a syringe. But it is not possible to collect data in this way.
A few months ago, a rumor was captured on social media: the vaccine against Covid-19 contains 5G microchips, which can be used to monitor vaccinated individuals to recover personal data. So is this possible or not?
The rumor is paradoxical that Gordon Moore, one of the founders of Intel, arose 56 days after introducing an empirical law showing that the number of transistors in a microchip doubles every two years. This law is still validated today by the basic electronic components – transistors, which today reach nanometric levels.
The first electronic components were made of vacuum ampoules called fiber and grid triodes. By the effect of heat and electricity, weak electrical signals can be amplified. This led to the first wireless transmission of Morse code signals in the early 20th century. Operated with bulky, brittle, expensive and high voltages, they are called solid state technologies with crystals of semiconductor materials.
The amplifying semiconductor component was developed in the 1950s and was selected by Bell Labs at the beginning of the commercial invention: Transistor. The first integrated circuit, viz […]
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