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The '''155-0109-00''' (M120B) is a Tek-made trigger chip good to 350 MHz in a 16-pin DIP.  It was designed by [[Gary Vance]].
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{{Monolithic IC
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|Manufacturer=Tektronix
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|Model=M120B
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|Part_nos=155-0109-00
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|Description=trigger
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|Used_in=5B25N;5B31;5B40;5B42;5B44;7B50A;7B80;7B85;7B87;7B81P;7B90P;7S14;5S14N;SC502;SC504
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|Designers=Gary Vance
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}} (good to 350 MHz) in a 16-pin DIP.  It was designed by [[Gary Vance]].
  
 
It is designed to be used in conjunction with the [[155-0126-00]] (M121) trigger amplifier and channel switch.
 
It is designed to be used in conjunction with the [[155-0126-00]] (M121) trigger amplifier and channel switch.

Revision as of 03:12, 16 August 2021

The Tektronix M120B  (P/N 155-0109-00) is a trigger monolithic integrated circuit (good to 350 MHz) in a 16-pin DIP. It was designed by Gary Vance.

It is designed to be used in conjunction with the 155-0126-00 (M121) trigger amplifier and channel switch.

There were two versions, the 155-0109-00 and 155-0109-01. (Differences?)

Used in