Re: ROMs replacement

Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2012 16:23:05 -0400 (EDT)
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On September 18, 2012 at 3:00 PM wrote:
> On 2012-09-18, at 20:04, Jim Brain wrote:
> > As it was a late addition, I chose a quick and dirty solution. I defend it
> > as:
> I believe there is no need to be defensive about anything here :-)
> > [...] It basically boils down to how much the OP wants to solder.
> Since /me is the OP, the answer is: I want it to be as academically pure as
> possible. As long as academic approach does not hinder practicality that is
> :-) In other words: I treat it as production quality. The balance and
> potential compromises have to be done between technical correctness and
> versatility of the solution and its cost plus power/footprint requirements.
> That means the most versatile and technically correct solution with the lowest
> cost and smallest power and footprint (both parts, and wiring/routing)
> requirements is most preferred.

Then I would use an all '11 design.  A bit cheaper, easier to source and stock
:-). no unused gates.


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