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XSP-101 Prototyping Board

Prototyping board with XILINX Spartan XCS10 FPGA (5V), 8031 microcontroller, 32 Kbyte RAM, LED display, 12 MHz oscillator and VGA monitor interface.  Can be plugged into a standard 3M breadboard.    Also includes downloading cable and utilities diskette.  See the manual for more details.

The XSP-010 Board is supported only by Xilinx's newer M1-based Foundation and Alliance Series software. M1 has better routing and compiles designs much faster. If you run Win '95 or NT 4.0, then the M1-based tools are required. These tools are not free.

Price: $279.00 Educational Price: $229.00

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