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'[EE]: Subs for 82S126 PROMs?'
2001\03\12@143103 by Kev

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Does anyone know of a cheap substitute for these small PROM chips?

At $6 a piece a microcontroller might be cheaper....

Thanks,
Kev

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2001\03\12@150615 by Bill Westfield

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   Does anyone know of a cheap substitute for these small PROM chips?
   At $6 a piece a microcontroller might be cheaper....

Assuming you don't need full S-type speed, the easiest substitute might be
a large EPROM chip.  So what if you only use a small fraction of it...

billw

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2001\03\12@205904 by rottosen

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If you just want some to play with I have some with the same pinout. May
be a different manufacturer. Since each manufacturer uses a different
programming algorithm this might be a problem.

I have several sizes of PROM's: 32x8, 256x4, 256x8, 512x4, 512x8,
1024x4.

Maybe we can make a deal.  :-)


-- Rich


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