«« A cross-reference (noun) is an instance within a document which refers to related or synonymous information elsewhere,
usually within the same work. To cross-reference or to cross-refer (verb) is to make such connections. The term "cross-reference"
is often abbreviated as x-ref, xref, or, in computer science, XR. Cross-referencing is usually employed to either verify claims
made by an author or to link to another piece of work that is of related interest. »»
Archive AllXRef - this is one of the largest databases by components cross-reference information.
In total, our database has more than one million components from 700+ manufacturers.
We started collecting our data in 2006, it was available in several languages on the site www.chipfind.net.
Later, we divided this database into a separate project, with a more convenient
and perfect search, additional information such as: photo, datasheet, link with information source ...
We continue to improve our base today, adding the daily lot of new information.
Hopefully it will help you in your daily work.
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