newbie building a scratch-built computer
Peter C. Wallace
pcw at mesanet.com
Sat Aug 4 10:33:43 CDT 2007
> What I'd really like is information on programming some of the older
> Altera eprom logic arrays. Since these are obsolete, the software
> and hardware to program these is no longer supported.
> These are potentially great experimenter devices. With out and
> specs on programming they are useless.
> Booking a flight? Know when to buy with airfare predictions on MSN Travel.
We used to use those quite a bit, at least EP320's and EP900's. I know that
some generic programmers can program them, so I dont think the programming
info was proprietary, not sure about the 'fuse maps'. The Altera software
system used a funny source language (.ADF files if those brain cells are still
These days I'd just use a XC95NNXL and have 5V tolerance and in circuit JTAG
programmability, (and not have to wait for the UV ERASE every time I make a
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