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Design Your Own IC, Part 2

CPLDs in practice

Design Your Own IC, Part 2
Following the description of the hardware in last month’s issue (Part 1), it’s now time to start working with the experimenter’s board. We assume that you have already installed the Altera software and read the tutorial.Designing digital circuits usually amounts to repeatedly breaking down the problem into subproblems until you finally arrive at a design consisting of variety of basic logic functions. Based on this, you can develop the electronic circuit and, if necessary, a printed circuit board.
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