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Are people still using CPLD?

Sidtryzbiak
Beginner
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I do not see current posts concerning CPLDs. Everything seems to be FPGAs.

Should I just skip CPLDs. If not, which development board should I start learning with?
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YuanLi_S_Intel
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Of course my dear friend. CPLD is useful to be the controller system due to its fast boot up capability.


I would suggest you to get MAX 10 Development Kit from us and start with your CPLD journey. Enjoy.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/programmable/fpga/max-10/kits-and-boards.html


Sidtryzbiak
Beginner
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Thanks very much for the information. My confusion with the MAX 10 boards is they all talk about FPGA and not CPLD. Can you explain?

Thanks,

Sid
YuanLi_S_Intel
Employee
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MAX series is CPLD / FPGA. Whereas Cyclone, Stratix, Arria and Agilex are FPGA.


Sidtryzbiak
Beginner
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