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Old 03-12-2013, 10:00 AM
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Default How to use PALCE22v10 chips?

I am having not much success so far with this.

Tried a self-made adapter some while ago, did not work.

Also PALCE22v10 is not found in Atmel WINCUPL or the Genius G540 software.

Supposed to be similar to GAL22v10.

Some months ago I bought a special PLCC adapter.
The chip is matching, but not into the programmer. I saw this today...

Any information or hints about that?

Yes I also have CPLD here + Altera software installed.
There is no urgent need to use PALCE22v10.
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