Yep, I did. It is always the same sh*t (excuse me for my words) You click on a PDF and then.... You get another useless screen. www.alldatasheet.com is there for ages and works fine. It is free without registration.
BTW, I really hate those b*stards out there with their commercial websites to buy datasheets. They are not even theirs !
I gave it a try using the Intel 2817 - an old eeprom that I recently had trouble getting data for. Failed miserably. Agree with HM's comments. I also tried various more common eproms (2764, 27256) also with no luck. Most of the results I got were connectors. It would be nice to specify for example "27256 eprom" to narrow down the search a bit. I appreciate that these parts are fairly old and not typical, but that's where datasheet sites shine if they're good.
On the plus side it's nice and fast and very readable display. If you can get the search parameters a bit more specific then it could be very good.
It is good effort. However, there is lot to improve. One shold be able to define query with AND, OR, begins with, ends with, contains, ? * etc. Also result should again be grouped so that we need not have to traverse through so many pages. It need to include MIL parts with QPL part numbers too.
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