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Old 12-09-2004, 11:33 AM
Tony Burch
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Default BurchED FPGA Newsletter, December 2004

BurchED, Making FPGA Prototyping Easy, http://www.burched.biz

In this newsletter:
(1) Sale ending on Saturday.
(2) Free Stuff.
(3) User Login Area.
(4) User website spotlight for December.
(5) How are your latest projects going?

(1) Sale ending on Saturday.
Our sale, offering 10% to 25% off all items, is ending on this Saturday, 11
December 2004. If you can't purchase this week, please request a quotation
online - quotations at the sale prices are valid for 30 days.

(2) Free Stuff.
We want to remind everyone about our free stuff, including mailed sets of
printed product brochures. And also the absolute best guarantee in the
industry - if you break your FPGA, we will fix it for free! For details
please see http://www.burched.biz/FreeStuff.html

(3) User Login Area.
The Sydney-X1 user login area now also has the schematic for the
B5-Audio-Out module. Over the coming week, we will be consolidating the
user login areas into a single user login area, so that all users will have
access to all of the applications, including the Pacman demo. For example,
Super-Value-Pack users will be able to run the Pacman demo (with sound if
you add a B5-Audio-Out to your system
http://www.burched.biz/b5audioout.html )

(4) User website spotlight for December.
Altium DXP / Nexar design software
http://www.altium.com/dxpcentral/thi...boards/search/
BurchED boards can be used with the Altium DXP / Nexar design software, by
connecting Altium's Universal JTAG Interface. Have a look at DXP / Nexar -
it is a serioulsy powerful design environment for FPGA design (just turn a
blind-eye to those other develolpment boards while you are there ).

(5) How are your latest FPGA projects going?
As always, we are interested to hear about your latest FPGA projects and
applications. Please drop me a line, any time, at [email protected]


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Old 12-09-2004, 11:55 AM
Antti Lukats
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Default Re: BurchED FPGA Newsletter, December 2004

"Tony Burch" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected] ...
> BurchED, Making FPGA Prototyping Easy, http://www.burched.biz

[snip]
> (4) User website spotlight for December.
> Altium DXP / Nexar design software
> http://www.altium.com/dxpcentral/thi...boards/search/
> BurchED boards can be used with the Altium DXP / Nexar design software, by
> connecting Altium's Universal JTAG Interface. Have a look at DXP / Nexar -


for those who dont have the Altium cable that cable is similar to Xilinx
PIII except that additional second JTAG port pins are added. The details how
todo your own Altium livedesing compatible cable can be found at
www.XESS.com website, there is example design that containts enough info.
Sure XESS boards or Amontec Cameleon can be programmed to be Altium cable
compatible

Antti


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Old 12-09-2004, 01:17 PM
Repzak
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Default Re: BurchED FPGA Newsletter, December 2004

Hey

At Altiums homepage there is a PDF with 3rd party boards, it acutally tells
that all 3rd party board can be used, as long as there is a full connected
parrellel port on it

i have a spartan 2 board from coreworks, and i works nicely with
protel/nexar, both soft and hardware chain.

if anyone have that board i have a 90% finished libery(with softjtag) to
protel for that, just drop in a mail..

repzak

"Antti Lukats" <[email protected]> skrev i en meddelelse
news:[email protected]
> "Tony Burch" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected] ...
>> BurchED, Making FPGA Prototyping Easy, http://www.burched.biz

> [snip]
>> (4) User website spotlight for December.
>> Altium DXP / Nexar design software
>> http://www.altium.com/dxpcentral/thi...boards/search/
>> BurchED boards can be used with the Altium DXP / Nexar design software,
>> by
>> connecting Altium's Universal JTAG Interface. Have a look at DXP /
>> Nexar -

>
> for those who dont have the Altium cable that cable is similar to Xilinx
> PIII except that additional second JTAG port pins are added. The details
> how
> todo your own Altium livedesing compatible cable can be found at
> www.XESS.com website, there is example design that containts enough info.
> Sure XESS boards or Amontec Cameleon can be programmed to be Altium cable
> compatible
>
> Antti
>
>



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