[sdiy] SSM2164 last time buy.... Leave a feedback at AD..

Neil Johnson neil.johnson97 at ntlworld.com
Mon Feb 4 17:44:29 CET 2013

Well, *all* of that form will go the marketing department.  They'll
then sift through the feedback and decide what to do with the data.
If you're asking about a product for which you want to by a 100 a
year, you're wasting your time.  If you're asking for 10,000 a year,
you might get their interest.  At 100,000 a year then they'll get in


On 4 February 2013 16:33,  <nvawter at media.mit.edu> wrote:
> Quoting Jean-Pierre Desrochers <jpdesroc at oricom.ca>:
>> After I asked for some SSM2166 samples at Analog devices
>> they emailed me to leave them a feedback at their web site
>> about this chip..
> [ ... ]
>> Here is the link to leave AD a feedback on any chip:
>> http://e.analog.com/a/hBRDlzFAIyhYWB8uwNMI63zc6xb/adi6?GENERIC_NO=SSM2166
> I don't even design with the chips specifically, but I benefit from everyone
> else doing it, so I left them some very feedback, too.  I thought it was
> interesting how they ask for two sets of feedback.  One is specifically to
> chip designers (supposedly...) so I tried to be technical and say things
> like "this multiplier chip is used in many creative and flexible ways...
> -Noah
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