Written by Robo
Saturday, 18 April 2009 18:58
This category holds chips from all walks of life. Some old, some new, some basic, some very advanced.
From the well-known 74xx series, a chip that can store eight bits of information.
A digital controller chip from the 1980's made by Siemens.
A chip containig 4096 bits of read-only memory.
A very common RS-232 level shifting IC by Maxim.
From an ADSL modem, a very fast opamp made by STMicroelectronics.
A single-chip data acquisition system by Analog Devices.
Sixteen megabits of flash memory by Intel.
A thermometer/thermostat chip from Dallas Semiconductor.