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Modern version(s) of CA3086?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Charmed Snark, Oct 5, 2009.

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  1. I'm assuming that arrays like the CA3086 aren't
    used much anymore (due to lack of availability),
    but yet there must be some demand for parts like
    these.

    Other than the NTE912 part, is there a modern
    part that hobbiests should mess with today?

    I don't have any particular application in mind
    at the moment, other than to try out some
    text book op-amp like designs (on a rainy day).

    Snark.
     
  2. Phil Hobbs expounded in
    Thanks guys. I am glad to see there is still ample
    choice. I normally don't do much CMOS stuff,
    but I may have some guitar pedal applications
    for the CD4007's for switching on/off bypass.

    Snark.
     
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