CPLD dev-board button bouncieness

Posted on Monday, May 16th, 2011 in CPLD by Ian

voidptr tested the bouncieness of the CPLD development board button and found it to be pretty good. XSVF and SVF files are available to download if you’d like to program the CPLD and try it yourself.

that little switch is not bouncy … 1 bounce each 4 or 5 clicks … a lot better that some other switch !
i didnt look with an scope yet but got some result with a counter …

Via the forum.

CoolRunner-II and XC9572XL versions available for $15.

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