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Complex programmable logic device

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  1. (CPLD) is a programmable logic device with complexity between that of PALs and FPGAs, and architectural features of both

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  2. The building block of a CPLD is the macro cell, which contains logic implementing disjunctive normal form expressions and more specialized logic operations

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  3. Features in common with PALs

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  4. Non-volatile configuration memory

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  5. An Altera MAX 7000-series CPLD with 2500 gates
    An Altera MAX 7000-series CPLD with 2500 gates

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  6. Unlike many FPGAs, an external configuration ROM isn't required, and the CPLD can function immediately on system start-up

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