HP IC numbers was:Re: Britain is Great (Back from the Island)

From: Jeffrey l Kaneko <jeff.kaneko_at_juno.com>
Date: Tue Sep 14 15:25:25 1999

On Tue, 14 Sep 1999 19:03:30 +0100 (BST) ard_at_p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony
Duell) writes:
> Other manufacturers had similar number schemes. IBM have used
> standard chips (TTL, etc) with just IBM part numbers on them. ICL had a
2 or
> 3 character code on some of their standard TTL (etc) chips -- I
> started compiling a list of those as well as they turn up in UK PERQs.
> The one I would love to get an equivalents list for is Xerox. Xerox
> D-machines have what are obviously TTL chips with only house numbers
> on them. I have never seen any equivalents list or dual-marked ICs,
> though, which makes fixing these machines a little harder.

Stuff made by Motorola's COMM group was the same way. WHen I left that
organization in 1986, I took with me a table cross-referencing commonly
used chips with their Motorola Part Numbers. Very useful, if you deal
with alot with their old (read: mid-80's) radios, consoles, and
computer-ish things.


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Received on Tue Sep 14 1999 - 15:25:25 BST

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