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Have you done anything interesting with CPLDs?

Clive Maxfield
10/8/2010 03:30 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   10/14/2010 1:51:37 PM
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Wow -- and you did all this with a CPLD? Which CPLD did you use?

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tryss   10/14/2010 8:39:34 AM
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Hey guys ! i've made an OTN Framer G709 at 2.5 Gig with FEC Correcting Error Algorithme. This design is based on TDM Time Division Multiplexing. The principle is to add extra information to a primary Flux as SDH (STM 16) to allow the trame to travel accross an optical fiber. The FEC allow to correct errors and give you Performence Monitoring QoS Quality of service with correcting errors reporting.

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Max The Magnificent   10/8/2010 3:36:55 PM
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I'm trying to persuade Ken to write an article on some of this stuff. In the meantime, do you have any tales to tell?

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