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What’s up with TI and National Semiconductor?

4/16/2012 08:49 PM EDT
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re: What’s up with TI and National Semiconductor?
I_B_GREEN   7/12/2012 3:34:07 PM
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I love Ti and Nationals products...but the support when you have very technicle questions is frustrating to call/text into tech support and wait for someone capabale of answering. It is like an impedance mismatch wher the alot of enrgy is reflected instead of absorbed. Or should I say knowledge impedance mismatch. Now that I have gotten "plugged into the sales and FAE support locally I am much happer with the support. But if you are just starting out in engineering or not a big company that pulls support to you it leavves a bad tast in your mouth.

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