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XC9572XL CPLD development board back in stock

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

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

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XC9572XL CPLD development board back in stock

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

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

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XC9572XL CPLD development board back in stock

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

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

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XC9572XL CPLD development board back in stock

Friday, November 30th, 2012

XC9572XL CPLD development board v1b 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 XC9572XL dev-board for $15 and CoolRunner-II development board for $15.

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XC9572XL CPLD development board back in stock

Thursday, August 30th, 2012

XC9572XL CPLD development board v1b 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 XC9572XL dev-board for $15 and CoolRunner-II development board for $15.

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Review of the XC9572XL clone by Numato Lab

Monday, February 20th, 2012

A few weeks ago Numato Lab ported our XC9572XL CPLD breakout board to KiCad. Hilipka got one of their assembled boards for free and wrote a review. its quite a nice board, feeld of high quality even included an oscillator the JTAG header is not labeled at all, making it...

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XC9572XL breakout board: Frequency counter

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Jason implemented a frequency counter on an XC9572XL CPLD. It uses a 1Mhz clock to count the duration of the input signal pulse, and shows the output on a 6 digit display. Initially he had to use additional 7400 logic ICs to convert BCD output from the CPLD to the...

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CPLD dev-board button bouncieness

Monday, May 16th, 2011

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...

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XC9572XL CPLD development board build

Friday, April 29th, 2011

Haley posted build pictures of the XC9572XL CPLD development board from a free PCB Sunday. Thanks for posting a picture of the completed board! Under our new unlimited free PCB program Haley received a coupon code for a new free PCB. Get an assembled XC9572XL development board for $15. A CoolRunner-II...

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Free PCB Sunday: CPLD development boards

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

We go through a lot of prototype PCBs, and end up with lots of extras that we’ll never use. Every Sunday we give away a few PCBs from one of our past or future projects, or a related prototype. Our PCBs are made through Seeed Studio’s Fusion board service. This...

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Week in (p)review: April 01, 2011

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Don't forget to share your current project in the comments or the forum. This week our favorite project gets a free QFP protoboard. Here's a summary of major developments over the last week: We released XC9572XL and XC2C64A (CoolRunner-II) CPLD development boards USB IR Toy v1 and Web platform v1.1...

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Re-animating the PDP-11/70 with CPLD, ethernet

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

J. Peterson updated a PDP-11/70 console with an ethernet controller and a CPLD to control the blinking LEDs: I've always missed that visual and tactile aspect of computers that's been lost since the advent of microprocessors. When a console for a PDP-11/70 came up for sale on Ebay, I couldn't...

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Free PCB: CPLD development boards

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

To celebrate the launch of our new CPLD development boards we’re giving away PCBs. Just ask for a CoolRunner-II or XC9572XL dev-board in the comments, if you have a project in mind we'd like to hear about it too. Assembled CoolRunner-II and XC9572XL development boards are available now for $15....

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NEW PROTOTYPE: XC9572XL CPLD development board

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Ever get stuck choosing the right logic chip combination or voltage level translator? Give up the hunt and create your own custom logic chip. CPLDs can give you the logic you need, with the pinout you want, while saving board space and board revisions. The Xilinx XC9500XL family has some...

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