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2001\05\24@103518 by James Lee Williams

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Hello,

Does anyone know where I can get a programmer to program Lattice devices
and easy to learn software that not going to break my wallet.

Regards,

James

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2001\05\24@181051 by Brent Brown

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> Does anyone know where I can get a programmer to program Lattice devices
> and easy to learn software that not going to break my wallet.

This link came up in a thread a few weeks ago, think it might be
what you want...

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



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2001\05\24@195242 by Tom Handley

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  James, I've been working with Lattice devices and software for several
years. The following is my `canned response' for folks asking about
Lattice:
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  If you want to design your own CPLD, Lattice provides the ispDesignExpert
software with a free 6 month license which is easy to renew for free. This
is an incredibly powerful free software suite. It provides schematic,
ABEL-HDL, VHDL, and Verilog entry. Also included is a gate-level functional
and timing simulator with detailed timing analysis and a waveform viewer.
There are too many features to list here. The starter software supports
their ispLSI (up to 600 Macrocells), ispGAL, MACH (formerly Vantis), GAL,
and PAL devices. There is a large library of device models (gates, counters,
etc). Using schematic entry, you can add pre-defined modules or make your
own from another schematic or using one of the above HDL languages. Or, you
can do the whole thing in HDL.

  Programming the ISP (In-System-Programming) devices is trivial with just
a 5V supply. The Lattice software to do this is free and is included in the
ispDesignExpert package or as a separate ispDownload program. The buffered
ISP download cable uses a 74VHC244 and a few passives and connects to a PC
parallel port. Most folks already have the parts in their `stash'. To build
the Lattice ispDownload cable, and see some simple designs that have been
tested with a PIC, see my web page at:

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

  For more information about Lattice Semiconductor's products and to
download the ispDesignExpert or ispDownload software, see:

     http://www.latticesemi.com

  - Tom

At 04:34 PM 5/24/01 +0200, James Lee Williams wrote:
>Hello,
>
>Does anyone know where I can get a programmer to program Lattice devices
>and easy to learn software that not going to break my wallet.
>
>Regards,
>
>James


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Tom Handley
New Age Communications
Since '75 before "New Age" and no one around here is waiting for UFOs ;-)

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