CPLD development boards back in stock

Posted on Friday, March 9th, 2012 in CPLD by DP

CoolRunner-II XC2C64A CPLD development boards are back in stock at Seeed Studio. CPLDs are programmable logic gate arrays which allow you to build custom logic devices simply by programing them.

Get the CoolRunner-II development board for $15 and XC9572XL dev-board  for $15.

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4 Responses to “CPLD development boards back in stock”

  1. Tony says:

    Is there any chance a 128 macrocell Coolrunner will be supported? Xilinx is discontinuing the 32 and 64 macrocell chips, I believe.

    • Ian says:

      I think the 128 is in a much larger package. I had not heard about the smaller chips being discontinued, I thought they were quite popular at the low end.

  2. Tony says:

    Ok, I re-read the web site, and I misunderstood. They have discontinued *some* 32 and 64 Macrocell CPLDs…when I did a little more reading, I found out that there are equivalent replacement chips. Sorry for the confusion.

  3. Ian says:

    Phew! Thanks for the followup. I really like and depend on these little cplds :)

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