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Richard Erlacher
03/04/06 11:26
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Denver, Co
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#111257 - Careful, now ...
Responding to: Mahmood Elnasser's previous message
The EP9xx is part of the old "classic" CPLD series that Altera made back in the '80's. They're still supported by the free MaxPlus+2 software, though, and IF THE DEVICES YOU HAVE ARE WINDOWED CERAMIC PARTS, you can reuse them. If not, you're out of luck.

These devoces are NOT JTAG-programmable, but require a dedicated programmer, as what Altera once sold, or a multipurpose device such as the Data I/O Unisite or others in their product line.

MaxPlus+ has a built-in simulator. It also supports JTAG programming of devices that include that feature. Note that it is possible to program ALTERA's 7000-series JTAG programmable devices into a state in which the JTAG pins no longer work as JTAG pins. Those devices can be reused, but have to be erased in a programmer that knows how to reprogram them.

Good Luck!

RE


List of 21 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Atera FPGAs      Mahmood Elnasser      02/25/06 07:03      
   Correction      Mahmood Elnasser      02/25/06 07:30      
      Careful, now ...      Richard Erlacher      03/04/06 11:26      
         modelsim is fine for altera fpgas      Jez Smith      03/04/06 11:38      
            Maybe, but probably not for these parts      Richard Erlacher      03/04/06 11:55      
               you use it seperatly      Jez Smith      03/04/06 12:02      
                  aye, there's the rub ...      Richard Erlacher      03/04/06 12:11      
                     However with altera tools      Jez Smith      03/04/06 15:02      
                        Have you tried that?      Richard Erlacher      03/04/06 15:14      
                           yep just done it now with baseline      Jez Smith      03/04/06 23:54      
                     re: the rub      Andy Peters      03/05/06 22:24      
      Altera EPLDs      Andy Peters      03/05/06 22:28      
         not exactly      Richard Erlacher      03/06/06 00:58      
            re: not exactly      Andy Peters      03/06/06 11:49      
               Maybe you can show me ...      Richard Erlacher      03/07/06 03:36      
                  FPGA thoughts      Andy Peters      03/08/06 10:44      
                     We all have thoughts...      Richard Erlacher      03/09/06 23:29      
   Maxplus or Quartus      Oliver Sedlacek      02/25/06 15:03      
      Do they have free simulation?      Mahmood Elnasser      02/25/06 15:07      
         Programmer      J. Guy      02/28/06 15:06      
         Altera free simulator      Andy Peters      03/05/06 21:58      

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