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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 6.111 - Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory PAL Programming Last revised May 1, 2002 Introduction We will not deal here with the details of the VHDL coding used to generate the logic embedded in the PAL, but assume that you have properly coded what you want the PAL to do. Compile the code using GALAXY which is accessed on the Project Athena system by: setup 6.111 galaxy & It is necessary to open a project (either `open' or `new' and select the vhdl files you will be incorporating into your design. Use ``smart'' compile. When your file compiles with no errors, select the appropriate part (`device'), set the appropriate top file and then compile again. You should have two files that are pertinent here: one is the `.rpt' file which will disclose pin numbers on your PAL. The other is the `.jed' of JEDEC file which you will use to program your PAL.
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