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Jecksons Ben
09/08/08 19:13
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#158102 - Thank's
Responding to: Jan Waclawek's previous message
>In fact, this was the second source for the originally proposed >memory (I don't remember the manufacturer nor part number, sorry);

It was cypress SRAM...

>however, any of it might be hard to get as this sort of memories >(synchronous SRAM) used to be used as processor (L1) cache for the >486 processor. As the L1 cache in PC is on-chip since the era of >Pentiums, there is no demand for these anymore.

>You might be more lucky looking for fast asynchronous SRAMs (they >were used as cache in 386 based boards; but they are still used in >niche applications so they might be easier to find). (This is what >I have used in the (unpublished) pikoLA mentioned above.) You >might also try to find them on old PC motherboards.

Will find that...

>In any case, you will need to recreate quite a lot of that >project yourself - even the replacement of CPLD doesn't sound as >trivial for me...

Think the problem are EMC..the CPLD already attached at the board
so..the connection with harddisk cables.

32 channels..sufficient with our 40 pins PDIP package...

Best Regards

List of 29 messages in thread
Logic Analyzer      Per Guldmann      09/04/08 06:31      
   another option      Erik Malund      09/04/08 07:38      
   From the embedded muse...      Jon Ledbetter      09/04/08 08:19      
      that Jack is a King      Erik Malund      09/04/08 09:33      
   I bought one...      Dave Brooks      09/04/08 12:40      
      Exactly what analyzer did you buy?      Per Westermark      09/04/08 12:52      
         the 34 channel one...      Dave Brooks      09/04/08 13:02      
            Link      Andy Neil      09/05/08 01:29      
      in the job where I work now...      Jan Waclawek      09/04/08 13:05      
         logic analyzer      Per Guldmann      09/08/08 14:25      
            lucky you      Erik Malund      09/08/08 14:37      
         Logic Analyzer projects      Andy Peters      09/08/08 18:45      
            use the FPGA memory for trigger FIFO      Richard Erlacher      09/08/08 20:34      
            thst's it!      Jan Waclawek      09/17/08 00:36      
               do you mean "PC-software" or "Windows software"      Richard Erlacher      09/17/08 04:31      
                  Both.      Jan Waclawek      09/17/08 12:00      
                     now ... I\'ve never done this ... but ...      Richard Erlacher      09/17/08 16:47      
                        MinGW + wxWidgets      Per Westermark      09/17/08 23:00      
   miniLA      Jan Waclawek      09/07/08 07:54      
      great info      Jecksons Ben      09/07/08 21:43      
         Look for old PC motherboard cache RAM        Richard Erlacher      09/07/08 23:04      
            Thank you      Jecksons Ben      09/08/08 18:50      
         replacement        Jan Waclawek      09/08/08 12:54      
            Thank's      Jecksons Ben      09/08/08 19:13      
   Found???      Jecksons Ben      09/16/08 22:01      
      Those are hard to work with      Richard Erlacher      09/17/08 04:34      
         Correct...but.      Jecksons Ben      09/17/08 21:32      
   Hi      Nomana Intekhab Hadi (Ruh      11/15/08 16:30      
      this defines ...      Andy Peters      11/19/08 14:31      

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