Homebuilt TTL and transistor CPUs
jcwren at jcwren.com
Wed Jan 4 12:38:26 CST 2006
Dunno. Maybe homebuilt means either an original design, or an
original reimplementation of an existing technology. That allows for
FPGAs, CPLD/GAL/PAL, discrete logic, transistors, etc.
Chuck Guzis wrote:
>What qualifies a CPU as "homebuilt"? Would an FPGA implementation qualify
>as one? If not, why not? If FPGA is disqualifed, how about CPLD/GAL/PAL?
>I'm just trying to understand the rules of this thing.
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