[time-nuts] CPLDs for clock dividers
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Fri Feb 5 01:39:21 UTC 2010
Takes maybe an hour to download. Everything you need for simple logic design is right there.
On Feb 4, 2010, at 8:31 PM, Luis Cupido wrote:
> You may try Altera. Quatus web 9.1 is 1.5Gb and painless to setup.
> paul swed wrote:
>> I also did the web install and need to go back and add more options.
>> How painful. Enough to drive me away from this project
>> On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 6:26 PM, Gerhard Hoffmann <dk4xp at arcor.de> wrote:
>>> paul swed wrote:
>>>> Well not having a lot of luck with the xilinx wise application.
>>>> Its a 6.5 GB tar and after a good 5 hr plus download the tar doesn't open
>>>> with zipgenious
>>>> But 6.5 GB to work a cpld. Seems crazy to me.
>>> I also had no luck two weeks ago with the single file download.
>>> The web install worked ok, however. It downloads many smaller
>>> files. I think my very slow DSL connection is to blame here. :-(
>>> Two years ago, when I still lived in Berlin, Xilinx used to have one of the
>>> few servers that were capable to max out my (then) 16 MBit/s link.
>>> @ Ulrich:
>>> Did you see a show stopper with the Xilinx Coolrunners?
>>> I have used them before and liked them. Really fast and they
>>> consume close to no power. I'd like to deploy them for something
>>> jitter-critical very soon.
>>> regards, Gerhard dk4xp
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