National Semi PACE Logic Designers Guide to Programmed Equivalents to TTL 1976

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National Semiconductor PACE Logic Designers Guide to Programmed Equivalents to TTL Functions March 1976

Explore the rich history of digital electronics with this rare find – the National Semiconductor PACE Logic Designers Guide from March 1976. This technical treasure offers a glimpse into the world of programmed equivalents to TTL functions from a bygone era.

Approx. Dimensions: 11" T x 8-1/2" W x 1/4" Thick

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CONDITION NOTE: Used, and in excellent condition given its age. This manual does not have any visible wear, bent pages, markings, or tears that I could see (see pictures). There is some slight discoloration from age around the edges. See full description and all detailed pictures (zoom-able) to know what you are purchasing. 

Short Background on the Company:

National Semiconductor, founded in 1959, was a prominent American semiconductor manufacturer based in Santa Clara, California. The company played a crucial role in the development of analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits, as well as pioneering the development of early microprocessors. Their products were widely used in a variety of applications, including industrial, consumer, and military electronics.

This PACE Logic Designers Guide is a testament to National Semiconductor's commitment to providing valuable technical resources to engineers and designers during a pivotal period in the history of electronics. The guide showcases their dedication to advancing digital logic technology, making it a valuable piece of history for collectors and enthusiasts alike.