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Re: ispLSI1016
Hi There,
I have Orcad Express CIS 7.2 and I want to program Lattice ispLSI1016
using it. I already have the schematic for it in Orcad Express. Also I
have the programmer for 44 pin isp1016. I was wondering if someone can
guide me as to what steps I need to take after this. thanks


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Go to www.latticesemi.com
Download the ispLever Software.
Install it.
Get a licence (its free)
Create a project.
Compile the schematics
Download the JEDEC file.
Njoy.

Regards
Falk




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Hey Man Thanks for the reply. Just to make sure will this be
ispLEVER-Starter Synplify Synthesis Module (May 2005) because as far as
I know ispLSI1016 is CPLD


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ispLSI1016 may not be supported by the recent *free* software releases?
But you can program the device with the downloadble programming software.

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Which programming software are you refererring to? I am a novice in
this field and this is something that I have inherited. So if you can
be more specific that will be great. thanks


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Hmm, Mika is right. The free "ispLever" does not support the rather old 1016
anymore. Contact the support. When I did so, they offered my to give me a
location where I can download the old version, which does support the old
devices.
As for the programming tool, its called ispVM (if I remember correctly).
This tool allows you to programm the devices, similar to an EPROM
programmer. But thats all. If you dont have a JEDEC file (*.jed) you need to
compile/fit your VHDL/Verilog/Schematics using ispLever.

Regards
Falk





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Can Orcad Express CIS 7.2 be used instead of ispLEVER?


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I duno.




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not as easy - the Lattice support told me once that older devices like
ispLSI1016 can be 're-enabled' in the new software, by editing some textual
conf file, but I never got the details how to do this :(, and it was for
ispLever 4.x something not sure if it is still doable for 5

antti



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As far as I know, it is still do-able. I suggest on the other hand to
contact your local FAE (or distributor). They will certainly help you
further.

Luc

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Will ispLever work with something so old as 1016 ?

I have also a couple of 2128's. Does it work with 2xxx also ?

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ispLever 4.2 still supports the 2k series.

Regards
Falk




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ispLever 5.0 also has 1k and 2k support..not for the oldest
one though...but I could use the 1016E LC44 type for
generating a JEDEC file for my old ispLSI1016 PLCC CPLD's (o;


rick

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Last summer I had to work with an old 1032 PLD for my thesis.
Lattice sent to my university lab the ispLever software, but it did not
have the support for that old device.
So they sent me the so called "Obsolete package", which added the
support for older devices. Then it was possibile to use the 1032 device.
If you want I can send you that package.

Bye


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yes that will be a great. will I still need isplever 5.0 or just the
obselete package will be enough for ispLSI1016? Thanks


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The package is an add-on to ispLever, so you also need it.
I don't remember the version of ispLever I used. I hope the Obs. package
Ihave works also for your version of ispLever.

Tomorrow I should be able to send you the file to your email.

Bye

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thanks a lot


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Re: ispLSI1016
sorry for the trouble. i guess its because of my options. try it now.
thanks


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