OT-ish, Museums and MP3s Re: Museum interpretations
mcguire at neurotica.com
Thu May 21 23:23:50 CDT 2009
On May 22, 2009, at 12:17 AM, bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca wrote:
>> Oh good grief. Pretty much any manufacturer's datasheets will
>> be fine for parts as standardized as those. Functionality,
>> pinouts, DC specs, even timing parameters will be very close if
>> not identical. Just google "74LS00 datasheet" or "62256
>> datasheet" and you'll be fine.
> That is why I am using them. :)
> Grumbles at the lack of 9 bit wide ram chips ... No matter how
> you look at it
> any kind of 18 bit computer has power compared to a 16 bit or less
> PS. Now you know what kind of computer I am designing, but this is
> off topic since
> only 1 off does not count as a classic computer unless it tubes or
> flip/chips used.
What sort of density are you looking for? I've seen some really
nice 16Kx1 SRAM chips made by Inmos. Or you could implement a DRAM
controller in your FPGA and do it that way, with 1-bit-wide DRAM chips.
Port Charlotte, FL
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