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® Altera Corporation 1 University Program Design Laboratory Package August 1997, ver. 1 User Guide A-UG-UP1-01 Introduction The University Program Design Laboratory Package was designed to meet the needs of universities teaching digital logic design with state-of- the-art development tools and programmable logic devices (PLDs). The package provides all of the necessary tools for creating and implementing digital logic designs, including the following features: MAX+PLUS ® II version 7.21 Student Edition development software UP 1 Education Board EPM7128S device in an 84-pin plastic J-lead chip carrier (PLCC) package EPF10K20 device in a 240-pin power quad flat pack (RQFP) package ByteBlaster Parallel Port Download Cable MAX+PLUS II Version 7.21 Student Edition Software The MAX+PLUS II version 7.21 Student Edition software contains many of the features available in the commercial version of MAX+PLUS II, including a completely integrated design flow and an intuitive graphical user interface. This software supports schematic capture and text-based hardware description language design entry, including the Altera ® Hardware Description Language (AHDL™) and VHDL. It also provides design programming, compilation, and verification support for the EPM7128S and EPF10K20 devices. To maximize learning, the MAX+PLUS II software includes complete and instantly accessible on-line help. The student version of the MAX+PLUS II software can be freely distributed to students for installation on their personal computers. 1 For information on how to install the MAX+PLUS II version 7.21 Student Edition software on your computer, see “Software Installation” on page 17.
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2 Altera Corporation University Program Design Laboratory Package User Guide UP 1 Education Board The UP 1 Education Board is a stand-alone experiment board based on two of Altera’s leading device families: MAX ® 7000 and FLEX ® 10K. Its simple design, when used with the MAX+PLUS II software, provides a superior platform for learning digital logic design using high-level development tools and PLDs. The UP 1 Education Board was designed to meet the needs of the educator and the design laboratory environment. The UP 1 Education Board supports both product-term based and look-up table (LUT)-based architectures and includes two PLDs. The EPM7128S device can be programmed in-system with the ByteBlaster download cable. The EPF10K20 device can be configured in-system with either the ByteBlaster download cable or an EPC1 Configuration EPROM (not included). EPM7128S Device The EPM7128S device, a mid-density member of the high-density, high- performance MAX 7000S family, is based on EEPROM elements. The EPM7128S device comes in a socket-mounted 84-pin PLCC package and has 128 macrocells. Each macrocell has a programmable- AND /fixed- OR array as well as a configurable register with independently programmable clock, clock enable, clear, and preset functions. With a capacity of 2,500 gates and a simple architecture, the EPM7128S device is
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  • Spring '14
  • Logic gate, Programmable logic device, Design Laboratory Package, Program Design Laboratory, University Program Design, Laboratory Package User

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