Re: Using a 27C512 instead of a 82S100 PLA

From: Daniele Gratteri (
Date: 2002-05-02 13:36:46

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    From: "William Levak" <>
    To: "CBM Hackers" <>
    Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 4:07 AM
    Subject: Re: Using a 27C512 instead of a 82S100 PLA
    > It may be possible to base an adapter on a 27C512 since it has 16 inputs
    > and 8 outputs, the same as the 82S100.  You would need more than that.
    > You would have to latch the output lines so that they would stay constant
    > when the 27C512 is not being actively read. 
    Oh, so I will have to connect the outputs to latches...
    > If you are going to build an adapter, why not use a more modern FPLA?
    The fact is that I haven't access to FPLA programming equipment :-/
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