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  • ispMACH 4032ZE CSBGA 64

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    ispMACH 4032ZE CSBGA 64

    BSDL Model BSDL 1.01 BSM 13.2KB
  • Where to find the MACHXO automotive BSDL files?

    FAQ

    Where to find the MACHXO automotive BSDL files?

    The automotive BSDL files should be the same functionality as the standard device files on the website.
  • How to create a design-specific BSDL for Nexus devices?

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    How to create a design-specific BSDL for Nexus devices?

    You can create an application-specific BSDL file using Radiant Deployment Tool. However, we only support the specific BSDL file which targets the non-volatile memory (using *.jed file) which is inapplicable for Nexus devices that targets SRAM (*.bit).
  • Do you still have BSDL data for SiI3132 or any other storage products?

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    Do you still have BSDL data for SiI3132 or any other storage products?

    There's no BSDL data available. SiI3132 and other storage products are no longer in support and we are unable to provide further assistance.  All storage device resources are available at Lattice web site http://www.latticesemi.com/en/Support/ASSPSoftwareArchive.
  • How can customers generate a BSDL model for their jedec file?

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    How can customers generate a BSDL model for their jedec file?

    BSDL files can be generated using the Diamond Deployment toolStep 1: Open Deployment ToolStep 2: -Select "Create New Deployment"-Select "File Conversion"-Select "Application Specific BSDL File"Step 3: Upload JEDEC file and Select Desired Device. for more information please go to:…
  • Can you generate an application specific BSDL file for a Lattice devices?

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    Can you generate an application specific BSDL file for a Lattice devices?

    The Deployment tool can only generate the Application Specific BSDL file which support the FLASH block. That's why it required the jedec file. Lattice devices that didn't have the Flash has no Application Specific BSDL supported for the Deployment tool. The Deployment tool cannot…
  • How can I generate application (design) specific BSDL file?

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    How can I generate application (design) specific BSDL file?

    Go to ispVM --> ispTools --> Application Specific BSDL File Generator, specify the JED and BSDL files, and push Generate button.
  • Can the default BSDL file provided on the Lattice web site be used to test a programmed LatticeECP3 device after reinitialization?

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    Can the default BSDL file provided on the Lattice web site be used to test a programmed LatticeECP3 device after reinitialization?

    For LatticeECP3, the IO personality latches which is the I/O electrical properties such as Drive strength, buffer enable paths, open-drain, pullup/down/keeper is preserved after initial programming. These SRAM cells are not cleared by any other means but a power-on resetting clear or applying…
  • Will the "PRIVATE" instructions in BSDL file have any impact on my BSCAN test? Do I need them to perform a BSCAN test?

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    Will the "PRIVATE" instructions in BSDL file have any impact on my BSCAN test? Do I need them to perform a BSCAN test?

    The "PRIVATE" instruction will not prevent one from doing BSCAN test.  The public instructions provided by Lattice have perfectly met IEEE standard for BSCAN . These "PRIVATE" instructions are for our company internal use. There will not be any problem commenting out the "PRIVATE" instruction.
  • In BSDL file, if any IOs are configured as "Input Only"; Does the device needs to be erased and re-programmed to bi-directional pin the same as the output?

    FAQ

    In BSDL file, if any IOs are configured as "Input Only"; Does the device needs to be erased and re-programmed to bi-directional pin the same as the output?

    The Input only IO, do not need to be erased and reprogrammed to be bi-di IO. Only output only IO needs it.
  • When we generate a BSDL file using Depolyment Tool or ispVM, why are some pins changed from inputs and outputs to bi-directional signals ?

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    When we generate a BSDL file using Depolyment Tool or ispVM, why are some pins changed from inputs and outputs to bi-directional signals ?

    In the dialog box of Deployment Tool, please check Convert Bi-directional I/O's to Input and Output, or in the dialog box of BSDL Generator in ispVM, please check Convert Bidirectional Signals to Input and Ouptus and click on Generate, then the issue could be resolved.
  • Platform Manager 208 ftBGA BSDL Files

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    Platform Manager 208 ftBGA BSDL Files

    BSDL Model 1.1 ZIP 10.0KB
  • Platform Manager 128 TQFP BSDL Files

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    Platform Manager 128 TQFP BSDL Files

    BSDL Model 1.1 ZIP 8.4KB
  • ORT8850 FPSC Evaluation Board

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    ORT8850 FPSC Evaluation Board

    No longer available - for reference only. A complete hardware kit that allows the user to evaluate, test, and debug a design for the ORT8850 FPSC + Power.
  • ORCA Series 2 FPGA

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    ORCA Series 2 FPGA

    This is a mature and discontinued device. View documentation and downloads available for this product.
  • ispLSI 1000EA

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    ispLSI 1000EA

    This is a mature and discontinued device. View documentation and downloads available for this product.
  • ORCA Series 3 FPGA

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    ORCA Series 3 FPGA

    This is a mature and discontinued device. View documentation and downloads available for this product.
  • MACH 1/2

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    MACH 1/2

    This is a mature and discontinued device. View documentation and downloads available for this product.
  • ispLSI 2000V

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    ispLSI 2000V

    This is a mature and discontinued device. View documentation and downloads available for this product.
  • ispLSI 8000V

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    ispLSI 8000V

    This is a mature and discontinued device. View documentation and downloads available for this product.
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