OT: Chip logos (was Re: chip pinout help)

From: Philip Pemberton <philpem_at_dsl.pipex.com>
Date: Thu Aug 22 03:00:00 2002

Eric Smith wrote:
> "Electronic Arrays". They were pretty big in masked ROMs and keyboard
> encoders at one time. I'm not sure what eventually happened to them,
> but they were probably acquired by someone else.
Has anyone here used my "IC-ID" database that I uploaded to my website? I'm
trying to get as many IC manufacturer logos into this database for the
purposes of identifying old parts. Right now it's Win32 only, but I can port
it over to Linux by just re-compiling it under Kylix (it was originally
written in Delphi).
I'm also after any logos that aren't in the database - I know Electronic
Arrays aren't, one of VLSI Tech's old logos (looks like "VTI", they later
used a three-lines-and-a-circle logo) and some others aren't in there. If
anyone with some oddball chips can e-mail me any IC logos I don't have, I'd
really appreciate it.

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