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PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2014 9:29 pm 

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please help id these boards. do any make telecom??


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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2014 3:21 pm 
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Here is what I see (or don't see in the case of chips003.jpg):

chips003.jpg = I have no clue what those are but they do not look like anything we purchase.

chips001.jpg = Left board (largest) is a Telecom board. Right (smaller) is a MAC cpu which we buy as P4/Mac/Green Fiber with Metal at $7 per pound.

boardsort002.jpg = Both peripheral. The router board is a consumer model which is considered Peripheral. The larger (8 ports or more) commercial router/switches pay more, but not in this case.

boardsort003.jpg = Both Telecom. They have a nice IC population to surface area ratio, are low profile (no junk etc) and the one is double sided with IC's.

Hope that helped.


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