For the electronics nerds: I need to step down six 5V signals to 3.3V. I don't want to mess with a half-dozen voltage dividers; ideally this would be a single chip solution. I also don't need bidirectional or tristate support. What I do need is relatively fast propagation; 20ns would be a good target. Any recommendations?
Thanks, everyone, for all the recommendations! It looks like 74LVx244/245 is the way to go. I'd ignored the tristate buffers and was looking at 74x4050s and such, but it turns out all that silicon is old and super slow.
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