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'RE(2): Price on the totally cold 16F877?'
1999\06\07@101159 by Steven Kosmerchock

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BAJ,

>And an addendum. Where can you get Atmel parts. As a hobbiest it's tough
>making relationships with distributors who really only want to talk to you if
>you're planning on buying a half million pieces. So Generally I stick to
>hobbiest friendly places: Digikey, BGMicro, Jameco, Marshall and DallasSemi's
>small order lines. I'll go out on a limb to Future or Arrow if the part
>warrants it.

Try JDR Microdevices (http://www.jdr.com). They carry ATMEL parts. Or you can
order parts with a credit card over the net with MARSHALL
(http://www.marshall.com). JDR Microdevices is a good company, check them
out! I've never had any problems.

Best regards,
Steven


Steven Kosmerchock
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1999\06\07@112031 by Byron A Jeff

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> BAJ,
>
> >And an addendum. Where can you get Atmel parts. As a hobbiest it's tough
> >making relationships with distributors who really only want to talk to you if
> >you're planning on buying a half million pieces. So Generally I stick to
> >hobbiest friendly places: Digikey, BGMicro, Jameco, Marshall and DallasSemi's
> >small order lines. I'll go out on a limb to Future or Arrow if the part
> >warrants it.
>
> Try JDR Microdevices (http://www.jdr.com). They carry ATMEL parts. Or you can
> order parts with a credit card over the net with MARSHALL
> (http://www.marshall.com). JDR Microdevices is a good company, check them
> out! I've never had any problems.

JDR is on that list too. But they only have the EEPROMS from Atmel, no
microcontrollers. At least on their website.

BAJ

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