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I can’t find any non -B IC’s. What is the difference between a non-buffered IC and a buffered IC? If the manufacture you are using doesn’t provide a datasheet to you, then you shouldn’t be using them.
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It might be the case that some manufacturers produce the buffered version -Bbut mark the actual devices without the B. The A series was unbuffered, while the B series featured buffered inputs and outputs in the form of additional, simple logic gates. I can find the datasheet for CDB types and CD types but they don’t seem to reference each other.
I have actually told my students this a few times. What is the difference between these – is it a silicon revision or do they have different functionality? The suffix letter, according to wikipedia, will tell you about the output buffer.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Dztasheet. The letters can vary depending on the company, but usually they are a minor difference between. Today, only the B versions of the logic ICs seem to be available. Further suffix letters 2nd, 3rd, Do you have a link for the without B series data sheet? I think it’s changed over the last few years.
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Email Required, but never shown. Many manufacturers make the same ICs. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Have you checked the datasheet? Is there a manufacturer’s logo on the dataseet I think it’s pretty safe to say that the CD number is the generic number, not caring about specific properties like buffered outputs, just the basic logic function.
The buffered outputs are able to source or sink more current than the unbuffered outputs, thus eliminating the need for discrete switching transistors in some designs.