What specific info are you looking for? The chip is a basic DTMF receiver, similar to the SSI-202. You have to connect a color burst crystal (3.58 MHz) in parallel with a 1 Megohm resistor between pins 9 and 10 (X2, X1). Pin 6 (Xen) is pulled high to enable the oscillator. When a tone is detected on pin 7 (IN), pin 12 (DV) goes high. Pin 5 (GT) sets the guard time 0=short; 1=long. I think this is mostly important if there are also voice signals on your input data line. Output is 4-bit hex code, on pins 2,1,14 and 13 (D1, D2, D4, D8 respectively). Howard Sams has a pretty good book covering the subject: “Understanding Telephone Electronics”. If you’re planning to actually connect to a phone line for your keypad tones, you’ll have to connect through a DAA, to stay within FCC Part 68 rules.