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antedeluvian
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Re: Now posted on the Internet Archive
antedeluvian   9/5/2014 8:33:54 AM
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Howard

 If you get a memory (DRAM / SRAM / PSRAM ...) request that is not in your listing, pass it along and I will run a copy of the document.

Duly noted. Thanks.

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Re: Now posted on the Internet Archive
Boston Ma   9/4/2014 10:04:13 PM
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Hi,

 

Also with several bookcases of data books back to the 70's

Having an interest in Memory Systems, and in prior art, it appears

that my stash contains a different subset.  Have not even thought

of scanning them.   If you get a memory (DRAM / SRAM / PSRAM ...)

request that is not in your listing, pass it along and I will run a copy

of the document.

 

Howard

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peter_glaskowsky   4/12/2014 2:47:40 PM
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Okay. Well, at least the filenames work.

Thanks again.

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x4   4/12/2014 2:06:40 PM
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Ah, now I see the problem. The titles are incorrect. There seems to be something wrong with search by title feature.

The list was generated with advanced search by contributor only, returning a list of titles in a CSV file, then processed by a script to add base URLs for PDFs.

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Re: Now posted on the Internet Archive
peter_glaskowsky   4/11/2014 2:14:04 PM
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x4,

When I run that search (which is pretty much the same as the search I gave the URL for earlier), then look at the books that have "TTL" in their titles, none of these titles are TTL related; they're all linear and interface books.

Which makes me wonder where the correct TTL data book in the list of PDFs came from.

Could you double-check this?

Thanks.

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Re: Now posted on the Internet Archive
x4   4/11/2014 9:56:57 AM
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You're welcome. You can use the advanced search:

http://archive.org/advancedsearch.php

Input for TI databooks (screenshot):

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6zvid2svhsx4j7r/adv_search.png

I hope this helps.

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Re: Now posted on the Internet Archive
peter_glaskowsky   4/10/2014 2:08:33 PM
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Thanks, x4.

I see the first link in the txt file that appears to refer to the TI TTL data book does indeed go to a scan of the correct book:
https://archive.org/download/TexasInstruments-TI-Data-TheTTLDataBookforDesignEngineersSecondEditionOCR/TexasInstruments-TI-Data-TheTTLDataBookforDesignEngineersSecondEditionOCR.pdf

(Warning, 253 MB download!)

I still don't know why searches on the Internet Archive produce incorrect results, but at least these links work better.

Thanks again.

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x4   4/10/2014 1:56:48 PM
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New links:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/iz6zb8pr6ixnmbw/Aubrey_Kagan.txt

https://www.dropbox.com/s/tjui5321vrvwdd3/Aubrey.csv

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Re: Now posted on the Internet Archive
peter_glaskowsky   4/10/2014 1:28:07 PM
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Those links don't work any more.

Aubrey,

I went to archive.org to look for TI's TTL Data Book, but everything with your name, "Texas Instruments", and "TTL" in the title is actually something else (generally linear and interface books).

https://archive.org/search.php?query=texas%20instruments%20aubrey%20ttl

Am I doing something wrong, or is there a problem with these uploads?

I gather you didn't upload the documents to the archive yourself.

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Re: Now posted on the Internet Archive
x4   2/18/2014 4:02:11 AM
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Let me thank you for such a huge contribution.

I took the liberty to create a full list of your files on archive.org and a list of URLs for direct download. So if anyone want to download all the files and create a torrent it is quite easy now.

1) csv list of identifiers

http://www.filedropper.com/aubreykagan

2) list of direct URLs in txt format (PDF version)

http://www.filedropper.com/aubreykagandirect

If DJVU format is desired, please edit that file and replase ".pdf" with ".djvu"

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