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CPLD

CPLD

(Complex PLD) A programmable logic device that is made up of several simple PLDs (SPLDs) with a programmable switching matrix in between the logic blocks. CPLDs typically use EEPROM, flash memory or SRAM to hold the logic design interconnections. See PLD and SPLD.
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The CPLD interface board has 15 single-ended PWM input signals, 16 differential PWM output signals, 4 differential Brake output signals and a differential Inverter Enable output signal.
Xilinx recently announced double digit growth in CPLD revenues, driven by strong growth in portable consumer applications such as PDAs, smartphones, and MP3 players.
Designers can use Atmel's OEM version of Precision(R) RTL Synthesis and/or ModelSim(R) Simulation environment to design the ATF15xxBE CPLD family.
With these IP cores, the MAX II family will take CPLD design into new territory," said Justin Cowling, Altera's director of marketing for Altera's IP business unit.
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Xilinx CoolRunner-II CPLDs offer the lowest power consumption, highest I/O count per macrocell, and smallest packaging in the industry and are cost optimized to address the pricing pressure of products designed for a broad spectrum of applications.
Our customers need complete synthesis, simulation, and verification solutions for both CPLD and FPGA development flows.
To meet the demands of the battery-powered, portable market place, CPLDs will need to deliver on four key elements: power, performance, price, and size," said Evert Wolsheimer, Xilinx vice president and general manager of the CPLD division.
Low-Cost CPLDs Now Available to Provide Even Greater Design Flexibility for Automotive, Military and Industrial Applications
CPLD designers now have an alternative to less flexible ASSPs, ASICs, and discrete components for many applications.
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