[time-nuts] ks... answers The emails are getting long
paulswedb at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 21:10:23 EST 2014
My fonts are going amuck
On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 9:09 PM, paul swed <paulswedb at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know I have some numbers of chroma demod chips as I recall. Picked up in
> a flea market special along with other more useful chips.
> I absolutely have the LH033 buffers. Fet input and like lots of power.
> Have used them as frequency buffers.
> Super easy to use. Real chips
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 9:00 PM, Jim Lux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> On 11/19/14, 3:59 PM, Dave Daniel wrote:
>>> I remember the "Fast and Damn Fast Buffer Amp" data sheet. LH0036? I may
>>> not be remembering the correct part number. I used to have a copy of
>>> that data sheet, as well as another that was labeled "DC to Daylight" on
>>> the data sheet.
>>> On 11/19/2014 2:42 PM, Mike Feher wrote:
>>>> Hi Doug -
>>>> Wow. Wonder how many on here remember or know about National's "Damn
>>>> Fast" line, HI. I used them all the time, and, still have a few. 73 -
>> In the 1984 databook (Blue cover with the yellowing fragile newsprint
>> pages) and in the 1975 databook (yellow and green cover, nice quality
>> paper). LH0033 and LH0063 are the Fast and Damn Fast buffer amplifiers. In
>> this context the data sheet says 6000V/microsecond. With +/- 10V into a 50
>> ohm load (although you only get 2400 V/us there)
>> Last two pages in the 84 book are just blank. Last page in the 75 book is
>> a description of MIL-STD-883B
>> Interesting parts.. They aren't kidding when they say you need good power
>> supply bypassing and decoupling.(a comment that is in the 84 book but not
>> the 75 version) I'm trying to remember what I was using them for: driving a
>> YIG tuning coil in a phase locked loop, I think, but it might have been
>> driving a fast RF switch.
>> Interesting parts back then.. Does anyone still make or use a LM746
>> "chroma demodulator" (other than as a replacement part) or any of the other
>> very purpose specific parts for parts of a TV? (like LM1845 signal
>> processing, etc.)
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