I am working on a caller ID unit that interfaces a PIC with a Motorola
MC145447 caller ID chip. So far, I haven't been able to locate a mail order
source for the Motorola chip in single quantities. I would appreciate any
Lauw Lim Un Tung
I have the same problem too, couldn't find some components at local
electronic parts shop. I am in INDONESIA. Usually it is expensive if we
ordered and need for long time to come.
Lauw Lim Un Tung
phone : 62-31-318895
e-mail : peter.petra.ac.idtung
On Fri, 15 Nov 1996, Ron Hackett wrote:
> I am working on a caller ID unit that interfaces a PIC with a Motorola
> MC145447 caller ID chip. So far, I haven't been able to locate a mail order
> source for the Motorola chip in single quantities. I would appreciate any
> Thanks... Ron
on 11/16/96 at 12:22 PM,
Lauw Lim Un Tung <Pine.LNX.3.91.961116121415.25298A-100000PETER.PETRA.AC.ID> said: tung
>I have the same problem too, couldn't find some components at
>local electronic parts shop. I am in INDONESIA. Usually it is
>expensive if we ordered and need for long time to come.
Let me do an unsolicited testimonial for JDR Microdevices. I'm on
the other end of Java. I faxed an order to JDR on a Tuesday and
the order arrived here Saturday. Even with about 60 line items,
there were no mistakes and no back orders. JDR's component catalog
is not the same size as, say, Digi-Key, but they are well stocked
on the items needed for a prototype PIC project. This year's
catalog also includes the EPIC PIC programmer, prototype boards,
the MEL PBASIC compiler, and a few PIC and BASIC Stamp items from
Parallax. You can find them on the web at;
I managed to get all the parts in need to finish the DonTronics
PIC programmer in one order instead of spending days in the maze
at Harco in Glodok. (Don McKenzie is another good PIC resource,
but everyone on this list knows about him already.)
I should probably add the standard disclaimer that my only
relationship with JDR is as an occasional customer. I'd like to
hear about any other such component sources available to those of
us in the "industrializing countries."
- - - The Motorola MC145447 is on page 9 of the JDR catalog #56.
$4.39 in single quantities, $3.49 for a tube of 25.
//Mark Timpany ibm.nettimpany
//Jakarta, Indonesia US Toll Free Fax 1-888-316-2357
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