Buy EPROM K-Bit 32K x 8 ns Pin DIP. 27C 27C 27C 27C 27C M27CBF1. M27CBF1. The Microchip Technology Inc. 27C is a CMOS K bit electrically Programmable Read Only Memory (EPROM). The device is organized as 32K words by. I believe the 29Cxxx series is now mostly flash memory. Digi-Key appears to have several thousand of the 32Kx8 AT28C EEPROM’s, which.
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This question appears to be off-topic. One more comment in the form of an actual answer: There are still a few parallel flash chips available in DIP, e.
27C EPROM Technical Data
Broke into two comments since the edit function doesn’t seem to work Have you checked out some of the boards available at www.
JohnMiles, could you elaborate? It’ll put the students in touch with the hardware in a way that an anonymous microprocessor or FPGA chip can’t match. Robustness to student wiring mistakes would be great.
27C256 – 27C256 256K EPROM Datasheet
I believe the 29Cxxx series is now epdom flash memory. There is also a 8Kx8 version of the same chip with a compatible pinout unused address lines are no connects. Perhaps the limited available time could be used more productively with modern hardware. It doesn’t need to be pin-compatible, although that would be nice.
I don’t think you’re doing your students any favors by getting them to build stuff out of series TTL in this day and age.
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I don’t have experience with FPGAs. I find the hands-on work, including the debugging, to really get this information across to all levels of students. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Specifically, it should be reasonably priced, reliable, easily available and likely to remain so.
Instead, describe your situation and the specific problem you’re trying to solve. I’d be dprom with as few as 8 address bits we use two LSs for the PCalthough I doubt anyone makes something that small. I like the Nexys2, personally, and the books by Haskell and Hanna look pretty good for bringing newbies up to speed.
It is a little cheaper in price, and also in stock. The instructions are read by a low-speed TTL computer they build. You didn’t say which package you are using, I assuming it is a pin DIP.
I’ve never used the 28C family. You could also try Jameco. Would the 28C family be a good place to look?
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Can you tell me anything about it? The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: I also don’t care about speed.
The goal of my course, which is the introductory and only architecture course at a liberal arts college, is for students to understand all the way down to the gate level how computers work, not to directly prepare them for industry.
72c256 you let me know why you think a FPGA approach would be better and point me to any educational material?
I hope to inspire some to grad school.