>> > (with FLASH storage) is say a SOIC-8 or similar.
>> > It's for a small home project that only has one output and only one
>> > input (plus CLK)
>> > Thanks in advance.
>> > Ian
>> I know this is many years since the original question, but...
>> ...Times, they are a changin'...
>> Here is an under $2 FPGA that sports 11 I/O pins in a tiny 4x4 BGA
>> package (16 pins total).
> Yes, Lattice has been introducing a number of low pin count and medium
> pin count devices, but they are all in very fine pitch BGA packaging.
> Great for high volume manufacturing, but sometimes difficult for medium
> volume work and near impossible for low volume, hand assembly.
pack with leads. Very easy to hand solder. These have an internal
architecture based on the old PLD devices, ie. 36-wide and gates, and are
non-volatile. They are also single-voltage (3.3 V).
They also have the CoolRunner II series of CPLDs which are similar in
architecture to FPGAs, non-volatile, available down to 44 pins, same
package as above. These do need dual power supplies (I think 3.3 and 1.2