[time-nuts] Divide by five
saidjack at aol.com
Sat Nov 8 12:18:34 EST 2014
If you can handle tqfp packages then the Lattice parts are a worthy PAL replacement. The LC4032V clocks at up to 400MHz with 2.5ns delay, and that part at slower speed costs down to only $1.43 at mouser. Its a simple architecture with deterministic timing, kind of like a Super-PAL at half the price. I only miss an internal PLL to generate the <= 400MHz clock from a slow external clock input.
You can program it in my beloved ABEL instead if the dreaded CUPL..
Lattice sells a cheap USB programmer for these.
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> On Nov 8, 2014, at 0:58, Francesco Messineo <francesco.messineo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry if I hijack the thread...
> On Sat, Nov 8, 2014 at 5:20 AM, Said Jackson via time-nuts
> <time-nuts at febo.com> wrote:
>> This puppy can go to 166MHz over temp and has standard 100 mil pin spacing if you put it into a socket: ATF16V8C
>> I have not used PALs since 1992 but I used to be extremely fond of the 16R8 and 22V10 types back then.
>> This is a 16V8 that will do your divider in no time:
> can anyone suggest a (cheap if possible) programmer and software for
> these modern PLD?
> Thanks and best regards
> Frank IZ8DWF
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