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Category: Transceiver
Package Type: DIP
Status: Preapproved
Availability: Please Call  Qty: 1870

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USBid has sourced and supplied part number T7289APL4 and similar parts since 1998. For fastest service, please use the Quote Form for an immediate response, often in less than one business day. USBid, Inc. is the global marketplace for electronic components with over 450,000 line items of obsolete, allocated and discontinued electronic components. Part number T7289APL4 and our other In-Stock parts ship within 1-5 days depending upon the location of our warehouse.

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Manufacturer Description

Lucent Technologies was founded in 1996 as a spin out of AT&T Technologies. The AT&T Microelectronics group was included in the newly formed company. Lucent spun the microelectronics group into Agere Systems (now LSI Corporation) in 2002. The ICs Lucent sold during this period were primarily custom telephone and communications devices to AT&T and other products included DSPs, FPGAs, SRAMs, solid state relays, ASICs and R/W chips. The majority of Lucent branded product in USBid's catalog is this type of product from this era.

Package Description

In microelectronics, a dual in-line package (DIP) is an electronic device package with a rectangular housing and two parallel rows of electrical connecting pins. The package may be through-hole mounted to a printed circuit board or inserted in a socket. Dual-in-line packages were developed in the 1960s when the restricted number of leads available on transistor-style packages became a limitation in the use of integrated circuits. Increasingly complex circuits required more signal and power supply leads (as observed in Rent's rule); eventually microprocessors and similar complex devices required more leads than could be put on a DIP package, leading to development of higher-density packages. A DIP is usually referred to as a DIPn, where n is the total number of pins. For example, a microcircuit package with two rows of seven vertical leads would be a DIP14. The photograph at the upper right shows three DIP14 ICs. Common packages have as few as four and as many as 64 leads. Many analog and digital integrated crcuit types are available in DIP packages, as are arrays of transistors, switches, light emitting diodes, and resistors. DIP plugs for ribbon cables can be used with standard IC sockets.

Status Description

Preapproved: In production with listed manufacturer

Availability Description

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Pricing Description

T7289APL4 pricing is dependent on quantity, availability and the level of testing required for this part. Please call (321) 725-9565 to talk to a sales representative.

Part Summary - T7289APL4
Status Preapproved
Package DIP
Pin Count 0
Lead Free NO
Category Transceiver
Basic Part Information
Alternate Part(s) 0 Alternate Part(s)
Similiar Part(s) Similiar Part(s)
Datasheet No Datasheet Found
Stripped PN T7289APL4
RoHS Compliant NO
Condition New / Unused


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