WTD: support ICs

From: Ethan Dicks <erd_6502_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed Jul 31 14:13:00 2002

--- Loboyko Steve <sloboyko_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have some very strange boards from a CNC controller
> that had video and an 8080, but is made mostly of what
> I think are DTL chips. All are in sockets. Send the
> list, these are taking up space!
> 846
> 930
> 830, etc.

I am looking for some DTL chips to make a repro W706/W707 TTY
interface set for my Straight-8 and PDP-8/S (got *no* serial
I/O for them. :-( )


The chips there are:

  MC799 Dual Power Buffer (1)
  MC790 Dual J-K Flip-Flop (8)
  MC724 Quad Input Gate (5)
  MC789 Hex Inverter (5)
  MC790 Dual J-K Flip-Flop (9)
  MC789 Hex Inverter (6)
  MC724 Quad Input Gate (5)
  MC799 Dual Power Buffer (1)

Obviously, I'd rather find a real W706 and W707 than build my own, but
in the absence of any quantities of 35-year-old modules falling out of
a heretofore unknown closet, I'm forced to contemplate reproductions.




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