new retro computing

From: Ben Franchuk <>
Date: Sun Jul 21 15:27:01 2002

Peter C. Wallace wrote:

> Another option is to use a SST45LV010 (1 mbit) serial flash chip and an 8 pin
> PIC. The combination costs less than the Xilinx or Atmel PROMS and the FPGA
> configuration can be downloaded to the flash chip via a standard serial
> port...

Good for new designs but the FPGA prototype board I have still uses the Altera
serial prom. I would like to use a fuse-link FPGA and have it boot up like a
real CPU but is more a wish list idea. Also to add to my wish list I am looking
for manuals ( service/use ) at low cost for the B&K 1460 scope.

Ben Franchuk - Dawn * 12/24 bit cpu *
Received on Sun Jul 21 2002 - 15:27:01 BST

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