CPLD vendors propose new ISP language

Brown, Peter
July 1997
Electronic News;07/14/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2176, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that complex programmable logic devices (CPLD) vendors Altera Corp. and Cypress Semiconductor Corp. have proposed a language for in-system programming (ISP), dubbed Jam. Three issues outlined by the Jam members; Proposal of Jam to the Joint Electronic Devices Engineering Council; Support requested for Jam.


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