More symbols - FA2012, RT9711 and DTC123
alvieboy at alvie.com
Tue May 26 10:05:56 CEST 2009
Werner Almesberger wrote:
> Wow, you keep on making them faster than I can review them ;-))
We're almost there, you can rest later :P
>> FA2012: 4x low-pass filter
> The symbol looks good, but we should use the vendor's pin numbering.
> The pin numbering Openmoko used is strange and may be based on a
> footprint we'll have to redo anyway.
Updated. Also changed the pin names to IN/OUT as in datasheet.
>> DTC123: Digital transistor (with internal resistors)
> Looks good, except that the bottom of the box was extremely close
> to the internal connection. I moved it by 50 mil.
I though about that too, but left it as-is because both datasheet and openmoko symbols also had it very close.
> However, this transistor may have other problems. The Rohm data
> sheet suggests an unconventional pin numbering:
> Other sources, namely NXP
> and ON Semi
> all use "normal" pin numbering. So I'm almost certain that Rohm
> flipped the chip on its back and chose not to mention it.
> We can verify this by checking what happens in an existing
> GTA02. If my suspicion is correct, pins 1 and 2 need to be swapped.
If they differ, we should rename it to "dtc123_ebc" maybe (emmiter 1, base 2, collector 3).
> By the way, I still have the three logic 1G and 2G logic components
> to merge. Nobody complained about a 74X1G123 naming convention so
> far, so I guess I'll just rename and add them.
Yes, I like that naming convention.
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