DATAMATH CALCULATOR MUSEUM
With the TMS0102 Texas Instruments introduced end of the year 1971 the first available standard calculator building block on a chip. The chip contains 3520-bit read-only program memory, a 182-bit random-access memory and a decimal arithmetic logic unit as well as control, timing, and output decoders but no drivers for the display. This gives an overall complexity of roughly 5000 transistors.
Due to a flexible design concept with both programmable PLA and ROM techniques a lot of design variations appeared. These include two different types of the key-matrix, 8 or 10 digits of 7- or 8-segmented outputs. Even the style of the numbers 4,6 and 9 varied among the family members.
A typical calculator built around the TMS0102 family performs the four basic functions +,-,*,: with either Constant or Chain operation. The calculations are done on a floating decimal-point operation but the display of the results could be selected between the floating-point or a fixed-point format. The keyboard scanning, debouncing and encoding in performed inside the chip. The display outputs are fully decoded with a leading zero suppresion and multiplexed.
The family was later expanded with the TMS0123 design.
It took about a year till the first copy of the original design appeared. US based company Mostek introduced the MK5020P December, 1972.
The TMS0112 was produced in Japan by Toshiba, too.
|TMS0101||Canon Palmtronic LE-83||[+],[-],[=]||8||LED|
|TMS0103||Bowmar 901B, JCE Mark II||[+=],[-=]||8||LED|
|TMS0106||TI-3500, Canon L100S||[+=],[-=]||10||Panaplex|
|TMS0119||TI-2500, Heathkit IC-2108||[+],[-],[=]||8||LED|
|CK||100||250||400||kHz||Level between VSS and VGG|
The TMS0102 uses a
standard DIP-28 package.
|1||I||Clock Input||28||V||Common Voltage|
|2||I||Keymatrix input P||27||I||Keymatrix input Q|
|3||O||Digit driver 1 (LSD)||26||I||Keymatrix input N|
|4||O||Digit driver 2||25||I||Keymatrix input O|
|5||O||Digit driver 3||24||O||Segment driver DP|
|6||O||Digit driver 4||23||O||Segment driver H|
|7||O||Digit driver 5||22||O||Segment driver G|
|8||O||Digit driver 6||21||O||Segment driver F|
|9||O||Digit driver 7||20||O||Segment driver E|
|10||O||Digit driver 8 (MSD8)||19||O||Segment driver D|
|11||O||Digit driver 9||18||O||Segment driver C|
|12||O||Digit driver 10 (MSD10)||17||O||Segment driver B|
|13||O||Digit driver 11 (OVER)||16||O||Segment driver A|
|14||V||Negative Voltage VDD||15||V||Negative Voltage VGG|
|The Segment drivers A-H and the Decimal point are connected to a display in the pictured way.|
The keyboards of all calculators based on the TMS0102 family consist of a x/y-matrix connected to the digit driver outputs D1-D11 and the keymatrix inputs KN and KO. In the fixed-point output format mode the position of the decimal point is selcted with the KP input. The Constant/Chain switch is connected between D10-KQ.
Calculators based on the TMS0102 use all kinds of displays. Texas Instruments introduced together with the calculator chip two pre-configured LED-modules (DIS40, DIS95) based on the TIL360 arrays ,the corresponding segment drivers (SN75491) and digit drivers (SN75492). Most designs make use of these parts.
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© Joerg Woerner, February 02, 2001. No reprints
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