Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc. Datasheets for Logic Latches

Logic latches are logic devices that latch onto or retain digital states (1 or 0) in data storage circuits.
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Motorola/Freescale - HTL 660T These HTL integrated circuits are especially designed to meet the requirements of industrial applications because of their outstanding noise immunity. These circuits provide error-free operation in...
Intel developed the 8080A microprocessor and its family of support peripherals for military applications
MECL III was introduced in 1968. It replaced MECL I and MECL II with hgher power and faster speeds. Typical I ns edge speeds and propagation delays, along with greater...
The 10500/10100 series of emitter-coupled logic is the fastest logic technology available for practical use. A conventional planar process is used for the 10K ECL series with a density of...
The 5400/7400 series of transistor-transistor logic consists of medium speed TTL integrated circuits. This high noise immunity family was designed for general digital logic applications requiring clock frequencies to 30MHz...
The 5400/7400 series of transistor-transistor logic is a medium-speed, high-noise-immunity family of saturating integrated logic circuits designed for general digital logic applications requiring clock frequencies to 30MHz and switching speeds...
The 54S00/74S00 series of product is fabricated with a non-saturating Schottky clamped transistor technique. This family of TTL product consists of very high performance and high power devices.
The 8200/8H00 series MSI circuits are directly compatible with other TTL circuits including 5400/7400 series devices.
The digital 8T series is a standard TTL compatible family of interface circuits that is used in such applications as line driving and receiving, tri-state buses, "party line" bus systems,...
The following TTL parts were originally supported by Signetics.
The Series 54LS/74LS Schottky TTL family features both Schottky-barrier-diode inputs and emitter inputs and utilizes full Schottky-barrier-diode clamping to achieve speeds comparable to Series 54/74 at one-fifth of the power.
These TTL integrated circuits are designed for digital applications in the medium to high-speed range. They provide significant reduction in package count and increased logic per function over devices in...
These TTL integrated circuits provide complex functions designed for digital applications in the medium to high-speed range. They provide significant reduction in package count and increased logic per function over...