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Andy Peters
03/01/06 18:24
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Tucson, Az
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#111022 - datasheet organization
Responding to: Jon Ledbetter's previous message
I have a directory on a network share called, oddly enough, Datasheets. Under datasheets I have folders for each vendor, as well as one for Specs (USB, PCI, etc).

Within each vendor's directory are subdirectories for part type, which of course varies with vendor. Under Analog Devices, say, I have opamp, adc, dac, reference, switch and the like. Under TI, I have usb, analog, logic, dsp, and under each of these are files or directories depending on how I want to organize. For example, in TI\USB I have a TAS1020B folder with the data sheet, related app notes and reference designs, etc. Under TI\analog, I have folders for opamp, dac, adc. Under each folder might be spice models, VHDL/Verilog models, IBIS models, JTAG BSDL files, etc ...

It sort of evolves as it grows, although sometimes it doesn't. I still have Cygnal and Burr-Brown folders which I oughta migrate ...

-a

List of 12 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Datasheet Organization      Jon Ledbetter      02/27/06 09:31      
   Electronic data?      Oliver Sedlacek      02/28/06 02:35      
      per function      Jan Waclawek      02/28/06 03:13      
   Be assured that Acrobat will evolve      Kalpak Dabir      02/28/06 03:31      
      KISS principle      Oliver Sedlacek      03/01/06 03:16      
         Already violated!      Kalpak Dabir      03/01/06 23:56      
   datasheet organization      Andy Peters      03/01/06 18:24      
      What about finding...      Jon Ledbetter      03/01/06 20:46      
         Document renaming?      Oliver Sedlacek      03/02/06 02:10      
            document renaming!      Jan Waclawek      03/02/06 02:47      
               search inside PDF      Anders Sandström      03/02/06 04:18      
               Google desktop search      Oliver Sedlacek      03/02/06 04:42      

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