Marko Mäkelä wrote: > > Does anyone (Rainer?) have experience in designs like this? If the total > cost of parts is less than $20 or $30, I think that it would be feasible > to build a 16 MB REU clone (possibly including some Flash ROM, such as the > Am29LV640 that provides 8 megabytes). > Isn't the Spartan a little overkill for this kind of application? Although the low-end chips in this family are about $10 in single quantities + $3 - $5 for the config EEPROM. The Xilinx XC9500 CPLD series might be a better choice. It's available in smaller configurations, it can handle 3.3 and 5V I/O, it's flash based so you don't need the external EEPROM, but it's still in-circuit programmable. -- Christer Palm Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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