Lansdale Semiconductor, Inc. Datasheets for Logic Adders

Logic adders are digital devices that are capable of adding binary numbers. There are two basic types: half-adders and full-adders.
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Product Name Notes
Pulse Triggered Binary -- 950 Motorola/Freescale - DTL 830 - 930 & 1800 - 1900 These DTL integrated circuits provide an excellent balance of speed, power dissipation, and noise immunity for general purpose digital applications.
4-Bit Full Adder -- 5483/E,F
Gated Full Adder -- 5480/C,D
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...
2-Bit Full Adder -- 15482/C,A
2-Bit Full Adder -- 25482/C,A
4-Bit Binary Full Adder -- 5483/E,F
Gated Full Adder -- 5480/C,A
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...
4-Bit BCD Adder -- 82S83/E,F The 82S00 and 82LS00 series product lines consist of Schottky TTL products and Bipolar Memory products.
4-Bit Full Adder -- 54LS83A/E,F
4-Bit Full Adder w/Fast Carry -- 54LS283/E,F
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.
Dual Full Adder -- 9304/E,F 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...
Adder (Dependent Carry) -- 4328/C,A
Adder (Dependent Carry) -- 4329/C,A
Adder (Independent Carry) -- 4330/C,A
Adder (Independent Carry) -- 4331/C,A
Full Adder -- 4326/C,A
Full Adder -- 4327/C,A
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...