[Free] Old Data Books (Australia)
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Mon Sep 3 19:17:49 CDT 2007
Hugh Blemings wrote:
> Meant to include this in my earlier post -
> Amongst the other "treasure" I've got a decent sized assortment of old Motorola, Fairchild, Texas Instruments, Ferranti and National Semiconductor Databooks. These are all for chips - analog parts, ECL, MECL, TTL, CMOS logic, Special Function Devices, Memories etc. Date range late 70's to early '90s.
> If anyone knows of a better home for these than the paper recycling please let me know.
> My sense is that most of the data is available on the 'net now on the various archives.
Well at 1:13 am I tend not to want to wait for the puter to warm up
and connect to find the pin out of a 7400 online from umm yawn where was that
site again ... not get your **** bigger . You can find many modern
chips but it take a bit a digging to find older chip. Often the database
sites you pay to view.
Ben alias Woodelf
PS. Iv'e got the 7400 pinout downloaded already. :)
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