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Valentin Angelovski
02/23/06 15:49
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#110638 - No, however...
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
Andy Neil Said:

That's not saying that "CPLD" Stands for "Crossover PLD", is it?


Not in my book :) The 'C' stands for complex as far as I'm concerned.

That said however, it appears that Lattice offers this device as an 'alternative' to run-of-the-mill CPLD's and FPGA (Refer to the Advertisment located on RHS of the Lattice webpage in Andy's Link).

To be fair, it seems only logical to ultimately have several cheap industry standard programmable logic parts ie: the 22V10 or XC3000 series, perhaps as a +100k flash-based FPGA solution even? I don't think the XO series falls into this category - yet.


Valentin

List of 25 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
FPGA/CPLD      Erik Malund      02/22/06 14:46      
   differences      Jez Smith      02/22/06 14:53      
      SRAM      Mahmood Elnasser      02/22/06 15:50      
         you don't      Jan Waclawek      02/22/06 16:46      
            Security      Andy Neil      02/23/06 00:23      
            FPGA's were MMI's also ...      Richard Erlacher      03/04/06 11:20      
         copying      Jez Smith      02/22/06 23:15      
            Re: comparison      Valentin Angelovski      02/22/06 23:53      
               Incorrect?      Andy Neil      02/23/06 07:02      
                  No, however...      Valentin Angelovski      02/23/06 15:49      
                  about FPGA in 8052?      M Chitrakar      02/28/06 10:21      
                     In a way yes.      Kalpak Dabir      02/28/06 11:08      
                     i heard      M Chitrakar      03/01/06 07:12      
                        Low cost      Andy Neil      03/01/06 14:39      
                        FPGA vs microcontroller      Andy Peters      03/01/06 18:14      
      Not necessarily      Andy Neil      02/22/06 23:53      
      You know it makes sense!      Andy Neil      02/22/06 23:55      
         yeah well      Jez Smith      02/23/06 00:05      
   Xilinx stuff      Russell Bull      02/23/06 05:09      
      Flash based      Andy Neil      02/23/06 06:59      
   Basic logic elements differ      Oliver Sedlacek      02/23/06 08:12      
      It seems...      Jez Smith      02/23/06 09:22      
         Consensus      Oliver Sedlacek      02/24/06 02:21      
      practical consequence      Jan Waclawek      02/23/06 23:43      
   Jan, Try reading this post      Jez Smith      02/24/06 00:09      

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