On Fri, 31 Mar 2006 09:37:07 -0800, Jim Stewart <jstewart@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Paul Burke wrote:
>> John Larkin wrote:
>>> I'm currently doing a PEEL 22CV10 design
>> They are beautiful devices, worlds better than GALs. A rich choice of
>> feedback (you can configure an embedded flipflop, and use the associated
>> pin as an input) and the clock is fed into the product matrix. Sad that
>> they never really caught on, and I'm not sure that anyone else ever made
>> them. Though ICT did irritate me badly by changing the programming
>> algorithm just after the manufacturer of my programmer stopped
>> supporting that model.
>Another PEEL lover. I thought I was alone
>in the world. Very nice devices and never
>had a lick of trouble with them.
They're handy. Nice 5-volt logic blocks. Production can program and
label a tube of them at the programming station, and later plug them
into sockets on boards without all that JTAG nonsense.