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Texas Instruments Breadboard System
Texas Instruments 73 series flat pack logic and breadboarding system.
DTL Flat Pack Logic
All the DTL flat pack logic chips date to 1966
I C Carriers & Accessories
Extract from the Texas Instruments Breadboarding manual, giving an Introduction to the system
The BN444 and BN440 have been devised to provide facilities for rapid breadboarding of integrated circuits subsystems.
They enable the user to check out both digital or analogue designs by plugging the appropriate network into the patchboard and making connections with plug-in leads.
They are especially suitable for schools and colleges for teaching logic where the appropriate logic gates can be connected to give a practical layout of Boolean expression and for logic designers to rapidly simulate any
digital or analogue system.
Frank Lund, alongside the Logic breadboarding system
he rescued back in the 70's.