It would help narrow the search significantly if you could identify what linear circuitry you expect this 40-pin device to contain.Originally posted by mmafn@May 21 2006, 01:47 PM
I need to know of there exist a linear IC with 40 Pin, and if such IC exist is there any IC tester to test such IC.
Dear FriendsOriginally posted by Dave@May 22 2006, 10:33 AM
As hgmjr has pointed out, the testing of any IC is often application specific dependant on the design requirements. Therefore, you will need to provide more information regarding what you require the IC to do.
Having said that, 40-pin ICs are fairly rare, so chances are that are looking more towards a full/semi-custom chip or a microcontroller IC, e.g the PIC 18LF452 microcontroller from Microchip is a 40-pin IC.
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