phil.macphail at liivatera.com
Wed Feb 14 00:44:08 CET 2018
I still have a data sheet for a chip I designed that was in a 16-pin package. The marketing department got the whole engineering group (except me) to sign-off a data sheet with a 20-pin pin-out that never existed... they pulped 20,000 printed copies after the press release.
Don’t get me started on the Plessey synthesizer chip where they had each pin rotated by 4 places that I designed into a mobile phone in the early nineties or the Fujitsu chip where they marked pins backwards....
Don’t believe all that you read.
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> On 13 Feb 2018, at 23:25, Neil Johnson <neil.johnson71 at gmail.com> wrote:
> electronicpresskit wrote:
>> I saw their CEO claim this in a NAMM video and the datasheet claims it, but
>> then specs .025% THD which is .005% worse than the ssm2164 and V2164. I also
>> compared a few of the graphs to see if there was a particular context in
>> which it was improved but I did not find one.
>> That has me wondering how it works!
> And you believe the ADI datasheet because.....?
> See if you can make sense of Figure 6 in the ADI datasheet.
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