[Free] Old Data Books (Australia)
mouse at Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA
Mon Sep 3 18:59:34 CDT 2007
> 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.
Interesting you mention that now. I just today found I have 22 tubes
of assorted DIPs. 16 of them I've been able to find enough info to
use, if I have a need for them - but there are six more I haven't. I
was going to write here and ask if anyone knows where to find specs
(including pinouts) for these - I spent some time with google, and even
checked bitsavers.org and vt100.net (neither of which seems to have
that kind of info - perhaps I missed something?).
Specifically, what I have that's a mystery (/ represents a line break):
MCM2016HN70 / HID8625
CY7C409A-25PC / USA9225 91714
GAL16V8A / 15LP / L218D16
MC14034B / CP QQ8318
> If anyone knows of a better home for these than the paper recycling
> please let me know.
I'd like to snag them myself, but I can't help suspecting it would cost
an unpleasant amount to get them clear around the globe.
> My sense is that most of the data is available on the 'net now on the
> various archives.
Perhaps, but I cahn't help wondering where.
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