Semi-OT: IDE & SATA to USB "dongles"
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Fri Jun 2 20:11:09 CDT 2006
On 6/2/2006 at 8:49 PM Roy J. Tellason wrote:
>I've heard that, in particular that Fairchild had made some early TTL in
>the 9000 numbers, I think it was? But I seldom run across any of that
>at all, these days, and didn't then. First TTL databook I have goes
>to about 1970, and is a TI book with the standard, H, and L series in it
When I'm working something out that needs a dual one-shot, I use a 96LS02.
And let's not forget the Signetics 8Txxx TTL stuff.
Japanese numbers can be a problem if they're not conventional. Mitsubishi
and Fujitsu particularly. I've got lots of "what the heck is this thing"
samples of both.
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