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[DPRG] tutebot brain breadboard layout question

Subject: [DPRG] tutebot brain breadboard layout question
From: Ralph Tenny rten at metronet.com
Date: Wed May 17 15:36:35 CDT 2000

It is much simpler and cheaper to use a transistor driver instead of an
AND gate.
Ralph Tenny

On Wed, 17 May 2000 Shea.DAVIS at st.com wrote:

> Miguel,
> 	AND Gates are sold in IC packages.  I think that the package part Number
> is LS8032, but dont quote me on it. If you look in a data book, you can
> get the actual part number.
> 
> Shea Davis
> 
> > 
> > 
> > Shea.DAVIS at st.com wrote:
> > > 
> > > Miguel,
> > >         Try runing the signal through an AND gate. 
> > 
> > in theory, i know what an AND gate is... but i'm new to electronics 
> and
> > i dont' know how to make it...:^(  --i know that sounds lame-o--
> > 
> > do you use transistors for AND gates?  (i honestly have no idea)  
> > 
> > can you send me a circuit that could help demonstrate?
> > 
> > thanks lots for replying
> > miguel
> > 
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