Examples of TTL and CMOS and images...

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by ppaallmm, Feb 12, 2008.

  1. ppaallmm

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    i am new here guys. i have a problem on researching about ttl and cmos for a project..can someone please help me out...thank you so so much!!!
     
  2. Dave

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    This is a very broad question, what exactly do you want to know about them?

    Dave
     
  3. ppaallmm

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    we do have a project in c++ progaming wherein we have to display an ic directory... i was assigned to research about cmos and ttl..the problem is i havent even learned about integrated circuits.
     
  4. ppaallmm

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    by the way, they gave me a list of cmos and ttl..

    cmos_5v_ic

    -4000bp_5v
    -4001bp_5v
    and it goes on

    ttl

    74std_ic
    -74std06N.......
     
  5. ppaallmm

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    i hope someone may help me...
    i am a 2nd year ece student and im looking forward to meet pipol hir who could help me in my course...tnx
     
  6. beenthere

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    Does the directory have to have actual data in it, or is it acceptable to just make up parts and show off your programming skills?

    I have tech manuals from the 1970's that describe 74xx TTL and 4000 series CMOS. Texas Instrument (ti.com) makes many TTL and CMOS ic's - you might be able to get what you need from their site. Making up parts would be more fun, though.
     
  7. ppaallmm

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    it must have data describing the ttl and cmos series, and preferably with images..thanks
     
  8. SgtWookie

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    I think this will be a very helpful resource for you:
    http://www.kingswood-consulting.co.uk/giicm/
    There exists on that site an extensive collection of 4000 series CMOS and 74xx series TTL ICs, with descriptions and ASCII representations of the actual devices.
     
  9. ppaallmm

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    thanks alot...thank you thank you... :)
     
  10. Wendy

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    Take a look at the posting dates, the original poster is long gone, never to return.
     
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