Sources for 8b TTL keyboards (Keytronics)
alexandre-listas at e-secure.com.br
Tue Dec 9 15:09:18 CST 2008
>> > than $20. Compared to the price of admission fee for, say, FPGA,
>> > it's a real bargain.
>> You can program xilinx and altera FPGAs for less than $20 if you have
>> parallel port. Do a search on "byteblaster" and be happy :)
> Yes, but what about the software to compile your design (as a scheamtic
> or VHDL) into the data to program into the chip? How much does that cost
> _including the machine to run it on_
Software is free (for Altera or Xilinx). The machine costs the same the
machine 99% of people uses to type e-mail and read web pages.
Your friend :)
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