Embedded - CPLDs (Complex Programmable Logic Devices)

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Programmable Type Delay Time tpd(1) Max Voltage Supply - Internal Number of Logic Elements/Blocks Number of Macrocells Number of Gates Number of I/O Operating Temperature Mounting Type Package / Case Supplier Device Package

Questions with Embedded - CPLDs (Complex Programmable Logic Devices)

  • Ask: What is the use of CPLD?

    Answer: A complex programmable logic device (CPLD) is a programmable logic device with complexity between that of PALs and FPGAs, and architectural features of both. The main building block of the CPLD is a macrocell, which contains logic implementing disjunctive normal form expressions and more specialized logic operations.

    logic

  • Ask: What are macrocells in CPLD?

    Answer: CPLD is used for loading the configuration data of a field programmable gate array from non-volatile memory. CPLDs are frequently used many applications like in cost sensitive, battery operated portable devices due to its low size and usage of low power.

    cpld, cplds

  • Ask: What is CPLD and FPGA?

    Answer: Macrocells are the main building blocks of a CPLD, which contain complex logic operations and logic for implementing disjunctive normal form expressions. ... Macrocells can also be defined as functional blocks responsible for performing sequential or combinatorial logic.

    macrocells, cpld

  • Ask: Which type of PLD should be used to program basic logic functions?

    Answer: CPLD is ROM base. FPGAs are \u201cfine-grain\u201d devices. That means that they contain a lot (up to 100000) of tiny blocks of logic with flip-flops. CPLDs are \u201ccoarse-grain\u201d devices. They contain relatively few (a few 100's max) large blocks of logic with flip-flops.

    cpld, fpgas, cplds