XCR5032C-PC44C FPGAs Overview
The XCR5032C-PC44C CPLD (Complex Programmable Logic
Device) is the first in a family of CoolRunner CPLDs from
Xilinx. These devices combine high speed and zero power
in a 32 macrocell CPLD. With the FZP design technique,
the XCR5032C-PC44C offers true pin-to-pin speeds of 6 ns, while
simultaneously delivering power that is less than 75 µA at
standby without the need for "turbo bits" or other power
down schemes. By replacing conventional sense amplifier
methods for implementing product terms (a technique that
has been used in PLDs since the bipolar era) with a cascaded chain of pure CMOS gates, the dynamic power is
also substantially lower than any competing CPLD. These devices are the first TotalCMOS PLDs, as they use both a
CMOS process technology and the patented full CMOS
FZP design technique. For 3V applications, Xilinx also
offers the high speed XCR3032 CPLD that offers these features in a full 3V implementation.
The Xilinx FZP CPLDs utilize the patented XPLA
(eXtended Programmable Logic Array) architecture.
XPLA architecture combines the best features of both PLA
and PAL type structures to deliver high speed and flexible
logic allocation that results in superior ability to make
design changes with fixed pinouts. The XPLA structure in
each logic block provides a fast 6 ns PAL path with five dedicated product terms per output. This PAL path is joined by
an additional PLA structure that deploys a pool of 32 product terms to a fully programmable OR array that can allocate the PLA product terms to any output in the logic block.
This combination allows logic to be allocated efficiently
throughout the logic block and supports as many as 37
product terms on an output. The speed with which logic is
allocated from the PLA array to an output is only 2 ns,
regardless of the number of PLA product terms used, which
results in worst case tPD’s of only 8 ns from any pin to any
other pin. In addition, logic that is common to multiple outputs can be placed on a single PLA product term and
shared across multiple outputs via the OR array, effectively
increasing design density.
The XCR5032C-PC44C CPLDs are supported by industry standard
CAE tools (Cadence/OrCAD, Exemplar Logic, Mentor,
Synopsys, Synario, Viewlogic, and Synplicity), using text
(ABEL, VHDL, Verilog) and/or schematic entry. Design verification uses industry standard simulators for functional
and timing simulation. Development is supported on personal computer, Sparc, and HP platforms. Device fitting
uses a Xilinx developed tool, XPLA Professional (available
on the Xilinx web site).
The XCR5032C-PC44C CPLD is reprogrammable using industry
standard device programmers from vendors such as Data
I/O, BP Microsystems, SMS, and others.
• Industry's first TotalCMOS PLD - both CMOS design and process technologies
• Fast Zero Power (FZP) design technique provides
ultra-low power and very high speed
• High speed pin-to-pin delays of 6 ns
• Ultra-low static power of less than 75 µA
• 100% routable with 100% utilization while all pins and all macrocells are fixed
• Deterministic timing model that is extremely simple to use
• Two clocks available
• Programmable clock polarity at every macrocell
• Support for asynchronous clocking
• Innovative XPLA architecture combines high speed with extreme flexibility
• 1000 erase/program cycles guaranteed
• 20 years data retention guaranteed
• Logic expandable to 37 product terms
• PCI compliant
• Advanced 0.5µ E2CMOS process
• Security bit prevents unauthorized access
• Design entry and verification using industry standard and Xilinx CAE tools
• Reprogrammable using industry standard device programmers
• Innovative Control Term structure provides either sum terms or product terms in each logic block for:
- Programmable 3-state buffer
- Asynchronous macrocell register preset/reset
• Programmable global 3-state pin facilitates `bed of nails' testing without using logic resources
• Available in both PLCC and VQFP packages
• Available in both Commercial and Industrial grades
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Q: How can I obtain software development tools related to the Xilinx FPGA platform?
In FPGA/CPLD design tools, Xilinx's Vivado Design Suite is easy to use, it is very user-friendly in synthesis and implementation,
and it is easier to use than ISE design tools;
The specific choice depends on personal habits and functional requirements to specifically select a more suitable match.
You can search and download through the FPGA resource channel.
Q: Where can I purchase Xilinx XCR5032 Development Boards, Evaluation Boards,
or Macrocell CPLD Starter Kit? also provide technical information?
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TinyFPGA BX, Nexys4-DDR, Terasic DE10-Nano, Digilent Arty S7, etc. If you need relevant technical information,
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Q: How to obtain XCR5032C-PC44C technical support documents?
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