cctalk Digest, Vol 26, Issue 93
bobalan at sbcglobal.net
Sun Oct 30 19:00:59 CST 2005
>From The 1969 Motorola data book:
THe MC1806 is a quad 2 input DTL AND gate.
Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2005 22:41:27 +0000 (GMT)
From: ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony Duell)
Subject: Waht is an MC1806 ?
To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
Message-ID: <m1EWLrm-000Iy2C at p850ug1>
The Subject: line says it all really, but perhaps I should give a little
I am working on an HP59405, which is the HPIB interface for the HP9830
'calculator'. On the PCB are 2 chips which cross to something called an
MC1806. This is not in any of my Motorola databooks.
What I have determined (I think) so far :
1) 14 pin DIL package, power on 14, ground on 7 as usual.
2) Seems to be a quad 2-input device, pinout as the 7400 -- that is,
inputs on 1 and 2, output on 3, etc.
3) Seems to be DTL in that the output directly drives the base of an NPN
transsistor, the emitter of which is grounded.
4) The most logical (!) function would be a quad 2 input NOR gate. Maybe
an AND gate?
Does anyone have a databook that lists it?
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