Re: GAL vs CPLD

From: Konrad B <konrad0x42_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2012 10:52:31 +0200
Message-ID: <CAB5WB+vtiWU4vYOAd801Zav2X=OadoCTHkrBfvdZmDWuAvoOPw@mail.gmail.com>
Micha, coooo ? :P

This is AMD, not Atmel. And this is PAL. OTP !  Simple GAL programmers
would not even include this on the list - you would need the good old
All-whathever or LabTool.
BTW - Nikomp (the link you provided) has some nice stuff - C64 and VIC20
expansion port slots, 65sc51 UARTs and some mysterious Rockwell's PIATs
(PIA+Timer): 65c24.

And with regards to CPLS vs GAL: 7032 is more or less an equivalent of 4
GALs 16v8.


2012/9/18 Micha Pleban <lists@michau.name>

> didier derny wrote:
>
> > I found them here:
> > http://www.segor.de/#Q=22V10D-15%2520LPN
> > http://www.segor.de/#Q=EPM%25207032%2520LC44-15
>
> Well, we have them much cheaper here (Atmel equivalent, at last) - 1.25
> EUR:
>
>
> http://allegro.pl/uklad-logiczny-programowalny-pal22v10-dip24w-i2587044585.html
>
> But if you don't have a programmer, that is rather a deal breaker anyway.
>
> Regards,
> Michau.
>
>
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