What does this chip actually do? Answered
Its labeled MACH210-15JC-18JI
I've looked over the data sheet, and it says:
Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) compliant
64 Flip-flops; 2 clock choices
4 “PAL22V16” blocks with buried macrocells
So, it holds data bits with flip flops? In the specs it says D or T type flip flop.
Its programmable, but what does it mean by that, how would you "program it" it has 44 pins, and some I/O.
What do you think the applications of it are? I have the pinout, but that doesn't really do any good if I can't figure out how to "program it"...
It can run at 133MHz tops, but if this was memory there would need to be a section that says when to read/write on rising or falling edge of said clock. It doesn't say that.
So.. what does High-Density EE CMOS Programmable Logic mean?
Sorry for the questions lately, just trying to figure stuff out