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  1. Hello!
    I collect oddball integrated circuit parts. In this case they are
    assorted PROMs that Signetics originally made, then Phillips took over
    the line, and finally started calling one of them from 82S154 to the
    PLS154.

    I am looking for these, 82S23, 82S123,
    82S131, 82S137.

    Google is as expected being less then helpful here, and even one of
    the favorite sites for datasheet searching, www.alldatasheet.com is
    largely confused by my search requests.

    I would appreciate these presented as PDF files and sent to my e-mail
    address. Or failing that available from a selected website.

    Incidentally these are all "pulls" being extracted from discarded
    memory cards for the IBMPC model 5150 and related models from that
    time period.
     
  2. Ross Herbert

    Ross Herbert Guest

    On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 14:09:56 -0800 (PST), gregg dot drwho8 atsign gmail dot com

    :Hello!
    :I collect oddball integrated circuit parts. In this case they are
    :assorted PROMs that Signetics originally made, then Phillips took over
    :the line, and finally started calling one of them from 82S154 to the
    :pLS154.
    :
    :I am looking for these, 82S23, 82S123,
    : 82S131, 82S137.
    :
    :Google is as expected being less then helpful here, and even one of
    :the favorite sites for datasheet searching, www.alldatasheet.com is
    :largely confused by my search requests.
    :
    :I would appreciate these presented as PDF files and sent to my e-mail
    :address. Or failing that available from a selected website.
    :
    :Incidentally these are all "pulls" being extracted from discarded
    :memory cards for the IBMPC model 5150 and related models from that
    :time period.
    :---
    :Gregg C Levine gregg (dot) drwho8 (atsign) gmail (dot) com


    I don't have any problem with finding all but one of the IC's on alldatasheet.
    The only one not listed is the 137, but there is a 147.

    Did you try a search with just '82S' and then selecting "starts with" from the
    drop down search criteria list?
     
  3. Hello!
    Hmmmm. It happens that I did everything including insults over a
    course of months, during the entire period of years since collecting
    those parts. And aimed at that site as it happens.

    Would you know of yet another site to try? (Of course this is aimed at
    everyone else who sees this message.)

    My next step will be to contact Landsdale Semiconductor who's taken up
    the gambit of making replacement parts, including that line.
     
  4. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    Try N82Sxxx ...

    - Franc Zabkar
     
  5. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

  6. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    As ever with Google for example, refining and modifying the search term(s)
    is the key to success.

    Graham
     
  7. Hello!
    I agree!
    So far I've tracked down most of the items I need using a totally
    different search engine using the references suggested by a chap who
    decided to reply directly. Not that I mind, but it would have made
    sense.
    (From an earlier posting. The last line plus my signature are of
    course important.)
    My next step will be to contact Landsdale Semiconductor who's taken up
    the gambit of making replacement parts, including that line.
     
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