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'[OT] Unrestricted info on ICP of Lattice ispLSI?'
1999\09\05@094342 by wzab

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Hi All!

I'm just working on a simple (PIC-based of course :-)) design, using the
Lattice's ispLSI devices (1032 or 2032).
I need a free (in GPL sense) and open source routines for In Circuit
Programming of these devices. Is there suche a thing available somewhere?
May be someone could point me an unrestricted info (no NDA, no restrictions
on use) on ICP of these ispLSI?

Thanks in advance
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1999\09\07@060718 by Tom Handley

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  Wojciech, Lattice currently provides the ispExpert software with a free
six month license. This is an update to the Synario package which Lattice
acquired. It provides schematic and ABEL-HDL entry. Also included is a
gate-level functional and timing simulator. There is a lot more to the
package but it's very easy to use. It supports most of their devices as well
as generic GALs.

  Programming is trivial with just a 5V supply. The Lattice software to do
this is free. The download cable uses a 74HC/LS367 and a few passives and
connects to a PC parallel port. Most folks already have the parts in their
`stash'.

  To build the Lattice download cable, see my web page at:

     http://www.teleport.com/~thandley/Wilbure.htm

  For more information about Lattice Semiconductor's products and to
download the ispExpert design software, contact:

     http://www.latticesemi.com

  - Tom

At 02:47 PM 9/5/99 +0200, Wojciech Zabolotny wrote:
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1999\09\07@102311 by wzab

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On Tue, Sep 07, 1999 at 01:21:03AM -0700, Tom Handley wrote:
>    Wojciech, Lattice currently provides the ispExpert software with a free
> six month license. This is an update to the Synario package which Lattice
> acquired. It provides schematic and ABEL-HDL entry. Also included is a
> gate-level functional and timing simulator. There is a lot more to the
> package but it's very easy to use. It supports most of their devices as well
> as generic GALs.

Yes, I'm using their ispExpert, but the problem is, that I'd like to publish
a free/open hardware/open source design based on it.
Lattice removed the schematic diagram of their download cable from the
freely downloadable stuff. (BTW the new version of this cable [with JTAG,
and mixed chains functionalities] has never been freely published.)
The ispCODE, available formerly (together with dld cable schematic) with the
old Synario suite (in Lattice encyclopedia) is now password protected,
so one must fill in an application (with NDA??) to download it :-(.

Therefore I'm afraid, that both: download cable and download code, are now
considered by Lattice to be an confidential information.
That's why I ask about the UNRESTRICTED info on ispLSI download
hardware/software.

>    To build the Lattice download cable, see my web page at:
>
>       http://www.teleport.com/~thandley/Wilbure.htm
>
So the above is, what I was looking for. The only thing I'm lacking now is
the free version of ispCODE...

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