AW: RE: AW: Cloning the SSM2040 (was: SS
HJ2743 at denbgm3xm.scnn1.msmgate.m30x.nbg.scn.de
Tue Jun 20 20:14:00 CEST 1995
> When I was researching my book years ago, I went up to SSM and talked to
> guys and had a tour of Exar (where the chips were made). Ron Dow is one
> name I remember. Other than that I would suggest finding some old timers
> at Exar to see if they stay in contact with ex-SSM people. Also there may
> be some of the SSM people that followed traveled with the product line to
> PMI and then to Analog Devices. Jerry Zis, the product manager at ADI,
> originally with PMI. But be forwarned that the original discrete
> were not some small 3"x3" board with some transistors - they were like a
> square and packed with stuff!
Barry, thanks for Your answer!
Large prototype sizes wouldn'd frighten me (;->).
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