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Datasheets.com: Finding the right part just got easier

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_hm
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re: Datasheets.com: Finding the right part just got easier
_hm   7/28/2011 5:36:04 PM
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This is good effort. However, in this development, database software person is more involved and EE Design Engineer with hands-on experience less involved. If you involve EE design engineer from varius industry - like Military, RF, Medical, Precision analog, sensor, control, instrumentation, power etc. they can guide you their unique requirements when they look for different parts. This will be very valuable feedback. I am ready to volunteer for contribution.

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Duane Benson   7/28/2011 4:19:30 PM
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I like it. I don't mind registration. In fact, it apparently took my registration credential from some other site. Maybe eeTimes. When I clicked to register, it just logged me in. It's a good early effort. I like the fact that some of the key parameters are listed in the search results. It drives me nuts when sites like this give so little information that I have to go through every single returned data sheet to see if it's even close to what I'm looking for. My advice would be to add in more key parameters in the search return table. Think in terms of the need to scan through a few dozen or hundred listed parts to quickly narrow down the search to a small handful. The ability to filter a search is useful as well. Although, I'd add the capability to filter on a few additional parameters. I searched for a tantalum cap and the filter let me filter on manufacturer. It would be nice to be able to filter on voltage or a few other parameters. Showing inventory at various distributors when available is a nice touch too.

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