Datasheet for digital electronics

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  1. mghg13

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    Hello,

    I am looking for a datasheet for digital electronics components, more precisely for the 74LS series. These are indiviadual logic gates, MUX, DMUX, DEC, ADDERS, Flip Flops, Counters, registers, etc... The datasheet should include only a pictorial description of the pin diagrams and the contents of the ICs. For instance for the 74LS04 IC, i.e the Hex inverter, the datasheet should only provide details about the positions of the i/p and o/p of the individual not gates.

    I know there are a lot of datasheets available on the web, but most of them are individual docs for 1 IC. What I need is a single doc (5-6 pages) for all (or most) of the 74LS series ICs.

    Thanks!!!
     
  2. MaxHeadRoom

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    Not sure if you can still get it or look for it used, but Motorola used to publish (Free), 'FAST and LS TTL Data' book Pub. DL121/D .
    This gave all the pin outs and specs for the TTL line.
    Of course Motorola are now Freescale so I am not sure if it is around.
    Max.
     
  3. MaxHeadRoom

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    I found it but to big to upload in PDF.
    Plug in Motorola fast and ls ttl data book in Google and it should be the second on the list.
    Also TTL CookBook Pub by SAMS.
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  5. mghg13

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    Yeah I've seen it too...It' not exactly what i was looking for.


    but anyway Thanks for helping
     
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  8. MrChips

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    I know exactly what you are looking for. I made a printed copy for our students 35 years ago by copying 78 pages from the Texas Instruments TTL Data Book, Second Edition. I have a copy sitting on my bookshelf and I refer to it very frequently - a lot easier than pulling out data manuals or pdf files.
     
  9. Eric007

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    :eek::eek: I was still inside my dad balls ...:D:D
     
  10. MrChips

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    I'm an old fart. My first construction project was a darkroom timer using a 6SN7.
     
  11. MaxHeadRoom

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    Who can go farther back than a cats whisker radio? ;)
    Max.
     
  12. Eric007

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    which year!? :D
     
  13. MrChips

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    circa 1968
     
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    I was assembling oscilloscope kits for an engineer who worked at General Motors in 1965.
     
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