NJ PRØBLEMsm Component Services
Are you having difficulty identifying or cross-referencing memory chips or other electronic components? NJ PRØBLEMsm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Let us do the research for you.
Are you having difficulty finding a source for the out-of-production components that you need in order to avoid redesigning or retooling your product? NJ PRØBLEMsm. Contact email@example.com for assistance.
Please note: We do not buy, sell, or trade components but we can help you find the components that you need.
Myron Lieberman, President of NJ PRØBLEMsm CS, first became involved in the semiconductor industry in 1963. Electronic components at that time were primarily individual diodes and transistors made mostly from Germanium, a rare element.
At the time Silicon, the basis of most of today's computer chips, was little more than a laboratory curiosity. It had a tremendous potential since, unlike Germanium, Silicon is in very plentiful supply. Myron Lieberman was involved in projects that first succeeded in making diodes and transistors from Silicon and then helped develop Silicon Integrated Circuits, the product that made today's computer technology possible. As a semiconductor process engineer and later as a manager he made significant contributions to the development of semiconductor process technology and taught semiconductor processing to other engineers.
He helped pioneer the concept of recycling electronic components long before recycling was popular and has become recognized as an authority on the identification of integrated circuits in general and memory circuits in particular. He was named as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the "IC Master", an industry standard Integrated Circuit reference book.
COMPONENT MANUFACTURER LINKS – If there are other component manufacturer links that you would like to see, please send feedback to let us know your suggestions. Please note that when you follow any link you are no longer on the NJ PRØBLEMsm CS site and NJ PRØBLEMsm CS has no control over or responsibility for the content of the linked site.
The following sites can be used as references for component source and/or manufacturer information as well as links:
Electronic Distribution Today (Includes large number of component distributor and supplier links)
IC Master (Hearst Publications' industry standard reference)
Semiconductor Datasheets (Contains links to data sheets from over 500 manufacturers)
The following are direct links to semiconductor manufacturers:
AMD (Advanced Micro Devices)
Epson (Includes SMOS Systems)
Fairchild (Includes QT Optoelectronics)
iButton (by Dallas)
IDT (Integrated Device Technology)
Intersil (Includes Harris)
Micron Technology (Includes TI's memory)
Philips (Includes VLSI Technology)
Texas Instruments (Memory now part of Micron Technology)
Via Technologies (Includes Cyrix)
COMPONENT SOURCE LINKS – If there are other component distributor or broker links that you would like to see, please send feedback to let us know your suggestions. Distributor links are listed in an effort to provide information. Inclusion on the list does not necessarily indicate an endorsement of the source by NJ PRØBLEMsm . Please note that when you follow any link you are no longer on the NJ PRØBLEMsm CS site and NJ PRØBLEMsm CS has no control over or responsibility for the content of the linked site.
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