my name is Martin and I work at a wind farm service provider in Germany.
Recently we took over the service for LSC-controllers, which where originally made by Woodward from 1998 to 2010. They are called CSC3.
On this controller they used an old MAX 9000 (EPM9400RC208-20) from Altera, to controll everything.
I wanted to reprogramm this old FPGA for testing, but i dont have a development license for Altera MAX+Plus II.
So i wanted to get one from your site: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/support/support-resources/download/licensing/li...
But all i received was an error message.
Could i optain a key/license on another way?
Or is there any other solution for programming this FPGA? All i know is that Quartus II doesnt support the MAX 9000 series.
I think i put it wrong. I want to redesign the RTL.
Usually i only work with software so "to programm" something means "to write code" for me. I often forget that this is a little bit different on the hardware side of programming.
Based ADV2030 (https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/pcn/adv2030.pdf) Max+Plus II is already discountinued. May I know if you have the software downloaded? If not, I would recommend you to contact your local sales team.
I know that the software is discountinued, sadly. And yes, we own a copy oft the Altera Max+Plus II software, but it`s just the "Baseline"-license, which limits the software. I can only use the "Text Editor" and not the "Graphic Editor" or the "Waveform Editor".
So is there any way i could buy a "Developer"-license?