On 12/24/2012 06:41 AM, Bil Herd wrote: > > I tried to use some of the CBM versions of LS but sadly none met my > real-need timing requirements that I remember except for some real slow OC > stuff. One time I found Russian 7406/7's in one of my designs in the > Tokyo office which I had a hard time with politically at the time. (I had > been brainwashed by the US Army that anything that supports their tech at > the time supported their war machine) I found that their version was like > 1 or 2 ns slower in one direction and so wrote it off the vendor list for > that reason. I had two rules after that as weird as it sounds; don't > feed me whale, and don't put my "cold war enemy's" chips in my computers. > The cold war was in full swing in my defense :( They did it anyway... I have seen lots Commodore systems that used EL7406, EL74LS14 and others. Those have no makers logo, come in a brown casing instead of the usual black and are, as far as I know, russian in origin. As far as the MOS77xx are concerned... I have a C16 with a 7714 in it, that's a replacement for a 74LS02. Still works. Gerrit Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-12-24 09:00:04
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