PALCE series:PALCE610 PALCE610H PALCE630H ... PALCE16V8Z PALCE16V8Q PALCE16V8H PALCE20V8Q PALCE20V8H PALCE22V10 PALCE22V10H PALCE22V10Q PALCE22V10Z PALCE20RA10Q PALCE20RA10H PALCE20RA10 PALCE16V8H-20/BRA PALCE16V8H20BRA PALCE16V8H-25 PALCE16V8H25 PALCE16V8H-25JC PALCE16V8H25JC PALCE16V8H-25JC/4 PALCE16V8H25JC4 PALCE16V8H-25P PALCE16V8H25P PALCE16V8H-25PC PALCE16V8H25PC PALCE16V8H-25PC/4 PALCE16V8H25PC4 PALCE16V8H25PC4 PALCE16V8H-25PI PALCE16V8H25PI PALCE16V8H-25SC/4 PALCE16V8H25SC4 PALCE16V8H-5JC PALCE16V8H5JC PALCE16V8H-5JC/5 PALCE16V8H5JC5 PALCE16V8H-7 PALCE16V8H7 PALCE16V8H-7JC PALCE16V8H7JC PALCE16V8H-7JC/5 PALCE16V8H7JC5 PALCE16V8H-7PC/5 PALCE16V8H7PC5 PALCE16V8H-7PC15 PALCE16V8H7PC15 PALCE16V8H-7SC/5 PALCE16V8H7SC5 PALCE16V8H-7SC15 PALCE16V8H7SC15 PALCE16V8HD-15PC PALCE16V8HD15PC PALCE16V8L-15JC PALCE16V8L15JC PALCE16V8L-15QI PALCE16V8L15QI PALCE16V8L-25JC PALCE16V8L25JC palce16v8l-25pc palce16v8l25pc PALCE16V8N-25JC/4 PALCE16V8N25JC4 PALCE16V8Q-10JC/5 PALCE16V8Q10JC5 PALCE16V8Q-10PC/4 PALCE16V8Q10PC4 PALCE16V8Q-15 PALCE16V8Q15 PALCE16V8Q-15JC PALCE16V8Q15JC PALCE16V8Q-15JC/4 PALCE16V8Q15JC4 PALCE16V8Q-15JC14 PALCE16V8Q15JC14 PALCE16V8Q-15PC PALCE16V8Q15PC PALCE16V8Q-15PC/4 PALCE16V8Q15PC4 PALCE16V8Q-20PC/4 PALCE16V8Q20PC4 PALCE16V8Q-25 PALCE16V8Q25 PALCE16V8Q-25JC PALCE16V8Q25JC PALCE16V8Q-25JC/4 PALCE16V8Q25JC4 PALCE16V8Q-25JI/4 PALCE16V8Q25JI4 PALCE16V8Q-25PC PALCE16V8Q25PC PALCE16V8Q-25PC/4 PALCE16V8Q25PC4 PALCE16V8Z-10PC PALCE16V8Z10PC PALCE16V8Z-12PI PALCE16V8Z12PI PALCE16V8Z-15JC PALCE16V8Z15JC PALCE16V8Z-15JI PALCE16V8Z15JI PALCE16V8Z-15PC PALCE16V8Z15PC PALCE16V8Z-15PI PALCE16V8Z15PI PALCE16V8Z-20PC PALCE16V8Z20PC PALCE16V8Z-25 PALCE16V8Z25 PALCE16V8Z-25JC PALCE16V8Z25JC PALCE16V8Z-25JI PALCE16V8Z25JI PALCE16V8Z-25PC PALCE16V8Z25PC PALCE16V8Z-25PC/P4 PALCE16V8Z25PCP4 PALCE16V8Z-25PI PALCE16V8Z25PI PALCE16V8Z-25SC PALCE16V8Z25SC PALCE18V8-15 PALCE18V815 PALCE18V8H-15 PALCE18V8H15 PALCE18V8H-15JC/4 PALCE18V8H15JC4 PALCE18V8H-7JC/5 PALCE18V8H7JC5 PALCE20RA10H-15JI PALCE20RA10H15JI PALCE20RA10H-15PC PALCE20RA10H15PC PALCE20RA10H-20JC PALCE20RA10H20JC PALCE20RA10H-20PC PALCE20RA10H20PC PALCE20RA10H-20PI PALCE20RA10H20PI PALCE20V10-15 PALCE20V1015 PALCE20V8-10JC PALCE20V810JC PALCE20V8-15PC PALCE20V815PC PALCE20V8-25PC PALCE20V825PC PALCE20V8-25PC/4 PALCE20V825PC4 PALCE20V8B-15PC/4 PALCE20V8B15PC4 PALCE20V8H-10 PALCE20V8H10 PALCE20V8H-10JC PALCE20V8H10JC PALCE20V8H-10JC/4 PALCE20V8H10JC4 PALCE20V8H-10JC/4A PALCE20V8H10JC4A PALCE20V8H-10PC/4 PALCE20V8H10PC4 PALCE20V8H-15/10 PALCE20V8H1510 PALCE20V8H-15JC PALCE20V8H15JC PALCE20V8H-15JC/4 PALCE20V8H15JC4 PALCE20V8H-15JC/A PALCE20V8H15JCA PALCE20V8H-15PC PALCE20V8H15PC PALCE20V8H-15PC/4 PALCE20V8H15PC4 PALCE20V8H-20/BLA PALCE20V8H20BLA PALCE20V8H-25JC/4 PALCE20V8H25JC4 PALCE20V8H-25PC PALCE20V8H25PC PALCE20V8H-25PC/4 PALCE20V8H25PC4...
GAL series:GAL16V8 GAL16V8A GAL16V8B GAL16V8C GAL16V8D GAL16V8Z GAL16LV8 ... GAL18V10 GAL18V10B ... GAL20V8A GAL20V8B GAL20V8C GAL20V8Z GAL20LV8 GAL20VP8 GAL20VP8B ... GAL22V10D GAL22V10C GAL22V10B GAL22V10 GAL22LV10UES GAL22VX10 GAL20XV10B GAL20XV10 GAL20RA10B GAL20RA10 ...
IMXXX series:IM4A3-64 IM4A3-32 IM4A3-96 IM4A3-128 IM4A3-256 IM4A5 IM4A5-64 IM4A5-96 IM4A5-128 IM4A5-256 IM4A5-32 ...
LCxxx series:LC4032 LC4064 LC4128 LC4256 LC4384 LC4512 LC4032V LC4064V LC4128V LC4256V LC4384V LC4512V ...
ispLSI series :ispLSI1016 ispLSI1024 ispLSI1032 ispLSI1048 ispLSI2064 ispLSI2096 ispLSI2128 ispLSI1016E ispLSI1024E ispLSI1032E ispLSI1048E ispLSI2064E ispLSI2096E ispLSI2128E ispLSI3160 ispLSI3192 ispLSI3256 ispLSI3256A ispLSI3256E ispLSI3320 ispLSI8840 ispLSI8600V ispLSI8840V ispLSI81080V ...
ispLST series:ispLST1016 ispLST1024 ispLST1032 ispLST2032 ispLST2064 ispLST4032V ispLST4064V ispLST4128 ispLST4256 ispLST4512 ...
ispMach series:ispMach4032C ispMach4064C ispMach4128C ispMach4256C ispMach4384C ispMach4512C ispMach4032B ispMach4064B ispMach4128B ispMach4256B ispMach4384B ispMach4512B ispMach4032V ispMach4064V ispMach4128V ...
Mach series:MACH110 MACH111 MACH120 MACH130 MACH131 MACH210 MACH211 MACH230 MACH436 ...
Lattice Semiconductor Corp. designs, develops and markets programmable logic products and related software. The company includes semiconductor devices, evaluation boards, development hardware, and related intellectual property licensing, services, and sales. It provides smart connectivity solutions powered by its low power FPGA, video ASSP, millimeter wave, and IP products to the consumer, communications, industrial, computing, and automotive markets. The company was founded in 1983 by Samir Palnitkar and is headquartered in Hillsboro, OR.
Lattice Semiconductor (NASDAQ:LSCC) last posted its quarterly earnings data on Tuesday, April 28th. The semiconductor company reported $0.15 EPS for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.14 by $0.01. The business had revenue of $97.32 million for the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $98.29 million. Lattice Semiconductor had a net margin of 10.97% and a return on equity of 20.60%. The firm's revenue was down .8% compared to the same quarter last year. During the same period in the previous year, the firm posted $0.11 EPS. On average, equities research analysts predict that Lattice Semiconductor Corp will post 0.35 EPS for the current fiscal year.
The LatticeMico8 is an 8-bit microcontroller optimized and fully tested for the MachXO2? family of Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs). It can also be used as a reference design for the other families of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). Combining a full 18-bit wide instruction set with 32 general purpose registers, the LatticeMico8 is suitable for a wide variety of markets, including communications, consumer, computer, medical, industrial, and automotive. The core consumes minimal device resources, less than 200 Look Up Tables (LUTs) in the smallest configuration, while maintaining a broad feature set.
The LatticeMico8 is licensed under a new open intellectual property (IP) core license, the first such license offered by any FPGA supplier. The main benefits of using open source IP are greater flexibility, improved portability, and no cost. This new agreement provides all the benefits of standard open source and allows users to mix proprietary designs with the open source core. Additionally, it allows for the distribution of designs in bitstream or FPGA format without accompanying it with a copy of the license.
Programmable Array Logic (PAL) is a family of programmable logic device semiconductors used to implement logic functions in digital circuits introduced by Monolithic Memories, Inc. (MMI) in March 1978. MMI obtained a registered trademark on the term PAL for use in "Programmable Semiconductor Logic Circuits". The trademark is currently held by Lattice Semiconductor.
PAL devices consisted of a small PROM (programmable read-only memory) core and additional output logic used to implement particular desired logic functions with few components.
Using specialized machines, PAL devices were "field-programmable". PALs were available in several variants:
"One-time programmable" (OTP) devices could not be updated and reused after initial programming (MMI also offered a similar family called HAL, or "hard array logic", which were like PAL devices except that they were mask-programmed at the factory.).
UV erasable versions (e.g.: PALCxxxxx e.g.: PALC22V10) had a quartz window over the chip die and could be erased for re-use with an ultraviolet light source just like an EPROM.
Later versions (PALCExxx e.g.: PALCE22V10) were flash erasable devices.
In most applications, electrically-erasable GALs are now deployed as pin-compatible direct replacements for one-time programmable PALs.
After MMI succeeded with the 20-pin PAL parts introduced circa 1978, AMD introduced the 24-pin 22V10 PAL with additional features. After buying out MMI (circa 1987), AMD spun off a consolidated operation as Vantis, and that business was acquired by Lattice Semiconductor in 1999.
Altera introduced the EP300 (first CMOS PAL) in 1983 and later moved into the FPGA business.
Lattice Semiconductor introduced the generic array logic (GAL) family in 1985, with functional equivalents of the "V" series PALs that used reprogrammable logic planes based on EEPROM (electrically eraseable programmable read-only memory) technology. National Semiconductor was a "second source" of GAL parts.
AMD Palce 16V8H-25JC
AMD introduced a similar family called PALCE. In general one GAL part is able to function as any of the similar family PAL devices. For example, the 16V8 GAL is able to replace the 16L8, 16H8, 16H6, 16H4, 16H2 and 16R8 PALs (and many others besides).
ICT (International CMOS Technology) introduced the PEEL 18CV8 in 1986. The 20-pin CMOS EEPROM part could be used in place of any of the registered-output bipolar PALs and used much less power.
Larger-scale programmable logic devices were introduced by Atmel, Lattice Semiconductor, and others. These devices extended the PAL architecture by including multiple logic planes and/or burying logic macrocells within the logic plane(s). The term "complex programmable logic device" (CPLD) was introduced to differentiate these devices from their PAL and GAL predecessors, which were then sometimes referred to as "simple programmable logic devices" or SPLDs.
Another large programmable logic device is the "field-programmable gate array" or FPGA. These are devices currently[when?] made by Intel (who acquired Altera) and Xilinx and other semiconductor manufacturers.
Lattice gives CPLDs, with two product lines. The lattice pLSI and ispLSI. For both pLSI and ispLSI products, lattice has three families with different capacities and speed. The IC consists of SPLD blocks and global routing pool. Lattice also has CPLD family known as 2000 series. Lattice 3000 series shows the CPLDs, with 5000 gates. The 3000 series gives some enhancements over the other lattice families. The general structure of a Lattice pLSI or ispLSI device is shown in below figure. The outside edges of the chip are bi-directional I/Os, and connected to the Generic Logic Blocks and the Global Routing Pool. The Generic Logic Blocks are small PAL blocks that consists of an AND-array, product term allocator, and macrocells. The Global Routing Pool is set of wires available to connect the Generic Logic Blocks inputs and outputs together.