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Hackaday Prize Entry: An Open Source Graphics Card

For last year’s Hackaday Prize, tried to build a video card for microcontrollers and headless Linux systems. It was only 640×480 resolution VGA, but the entire project was designed around a CPLD communicating with a microcontroller over SPI. 210 more words

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Hackaday Prize Entry: Very, Very Small Logic

Despite the existence of FPGAs and CPLDs, there’s still a necessity for very small programmable logic devices. GALs, PALs, and other old tech just won’t cut it, though, and so we are left with a new generation of programmable devices that aren’t microcontrollers or CPUs. 219 more words

The Hackaday Prize

Global CPLD Industry 2015 Deep Research Report - QY Research


Research Report on Global CPLD Industry 2015 Deep Research Report. The Report includes market price, demand, trends, size, Share, Growth, Forecast, Analysis & Overview. The report’s segment of industry overview covers basic information about CPLD, including the core definition, classification, structure of demand and supply chain, analysis of regulatory policies in the marketplace, important news related to the CPLD market, etc. 13 more words

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Programmable Logic

I’ve been interested in programmable logic for a while now. Recently, I bought a couple of cheap dev boards; One Altera MAX II EPM240 (available on ebay for less than $10AU delivered to Australia); 507 more words

CPLD

New Part Day: Modern PALs

Back in the bad old days, if you needed a little bit of custom logic you would whip out a tiny chip known as a PAL. 259 more words

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CPLD Fun - SPI Master data transmitter

So today, I had my first lecture on VHDL. I’m not a massive fan of learning to code through lectures without doing but we have labs on it later in the year. 415 more words

VHDL & Logic

Hacklet 28 - Programmable Logic Hacks

FPGAs, CPLDs, PALs, and GALs, Oh My! This week’s Hacklet focuses on some of the best Programmable Logic projects on Hackaday.io! Programmable logic devices tend to have a steep learning curve.   519 more words

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