Old TI analog sound chip; info?

From: Lawrence Walker <lgwalker_at_mts.net>
Date: Mon Dec 16 21:47:00 2002

 This shows some of the limited scope of the vaunted advances in
computer technology. One can't do number powers easily. The
Micom 2000 using its subscript and superscript could print them
back in 1975.
I can't remember how they displayed them onscreen but they must
have had some method of doing so.


On 11 Dec 2002, , Robert Krten wrote:

> I tried a google search, but alas... :-)
> I'm looking for the documentation for the olde TI analog
> sound chip; this dates back to the late 70's early 80's if
> my memory serves me correctly. I don't even remember the
> part number. AFAIK, it had some kind of "I2L" (I squared
> el) technology or somesuch, and it was mostly analog, with
> some digital control (but nothing like a DSP or midi).
> Anyone recall this chip? Anyone have the datasheet for
> it online or willing to scan it in?
> Background: I remember playing with it a *long* time ago,
> and wanted to model it in software :-)
> Cheers, and thanks in advance,
> -RK
> --
> Looking for Digital Equipment Corp. PDP-1 through PDP-15 minicomputers!
> Robert Krten, PARSE Software Devices +1 613 599 8316.

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