Thank you very much your detailed explanation and solving my query.
It is interesting to know that you still support SN7400!! Great Company! Great Values!!
Thank you very much!
Aravind D. Chakravarti
Part Number: SN74AHCT16244 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74HC08 , SN7400 Good Morning,
I am trying to compare part numbers for a device and your datasheet doesn’t explain what the differences are. Could you please let me know what the “G” and “E”…
Part Number: CD4029B Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CD4516B , MSP430FR2311 , SN7400 , SN74LVC1G123 Hi all!
I am busy on a project where I need to be able to track the number of cars entering and exiting a parking lot by way of a gap sensor. I need to be…
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN74LVC125A , TXB0104 , SN7400 , SN74GTL2003 H,
I'm looking for a 5V to 1.8V digital converter.
I have 4 TTL levels signals that are to be interfaced to my 1.5V/1.8V FPGA IO pins.
Can anyone let me know any part compatible…
I can try to help out with the logic side -- for the LDO, I'd recommend posting to the LDO forum.
I'm curious why you went with the LS family of logic over a more modern family like ABT? The old SN7400, S, and LS families are notoriously…
Part Number: CD40109B Other Parts Discussed in Thread: SN7400
I need to translate a driving voltage from 5 V to 15 V.
Your IC CD40109B is very interesting for this purpose. I am planning to supply VCC with 5 V and VDD with 15 V. I have following questions…