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What are PLDs?
PLDs or programmable logic devices refer to a variety of logic chips that are programmable at the user's site. Programmability of logic means that new chip designs can be tested and easily changed without incurring the huge photomask costs for chips completed in a fab. In addition, memory-based PLDs can be reprogrammed over and over, which allows working products to be upgraded at the user's site.
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2002-06-12 LIBERATOR: System configuration and initialization
This application note provides an overview of Clear Logic's emulation modes, aiding designers in selecting the right emulation mode for their application.
2002-06-12 CL10K technology white paper
This application note details the LIBERATOR CL10K link processed logic device families, how to use them with Altera FPGAs, and manufacturing processes that must be considered.
2002-06-12 CL10K NoFault testing
This application note describes how Clear Logic's NoFault test method provides 100-percent stuck-at fault coverage, without the need for customer design or test support.
2002-06-12 Calculating CL10K power supply current
This application note talks about basic guidelines for calculating power supply current in CL10K devices.
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