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'[PIC]: PIC clone on FPGA, was Re: Gameboy camera?'
2004\09\17@044733 by Alan B. Pearce

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>I can run a 75Mhz PIC clone on even the smallest
>Cyclone part, but I digress...

What are you using as your source? Something from Opencores.org, or
something else? What model of PIC are you emulating?

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2004\09\17@094706 by Marc Nicholas

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On Fri, 17 Sep 2004, Alan B. Pearce wrote:

>> I can run a 75Mhz PIC clone on even the smallest
>> Cyclone part, but I digress...
>
> What are you using as your source? Something from Opencores.org, or
> something else? What model of PIC are you emulating?

I "can" run, not I "do" run...but there are a bunch of PIC compatible or
semi-compatible cores. Opencores has some, Silicore has one, there are a
couple of research or "not finished" PIC core projects...

If you're going to synthesize a CPU core for new development, however,
there are probably cores worth using that have less, *ahem*,
ideosyncracies than PIC ;-)

-marc


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