XC95288XL-10PQ208I

XC95288XL-10PQ208I

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The XC95288XL is a 3.3V CPLD targeted for high-performance, low-voltage applications in leading-edge communications and computing systems. It is comprised of 16 54V18 Function Blocks, providing 6,400 usable gates with propagation delays of 6 ns.

Power Estimation 

Power dissipation in CPLDs can vary substantially depending on the system frequency, design application and output loading. To help reduce power dissipation, each macrocell in a XC9500XL device may be configured for low-power mode (from the default high-performance mode). In addition, unused product-terms and macrocells are automatically deactivated by the software to further conserve power. For a general estimate of ICC, the following equation may be used:

ICC(mA) = MCHS(0.175*PTHS + 0.345) + MCLP(0.052*PTLP
+ 0.272) + 0.04 * MCTOG(MCHS +MCLP)* f
where:
MCHS = # macrocells in high-speed configuration
PTHS = average number of high-speed product terms per macrocell
MCLP = # macrocells in low power configuration
PTLP = average number of low power product terms per macrocell
f = maximum clock frequency
MCTOG = average % of flip-flops toggling per clock (~12%)
This calculation was derived from laboratory measurements of an XC9500XL part filled with 16-bit counters and allowing a single output (the LSB) to be enabled. The actual ICC value varies with the design application and should be verified during normal system operation. 

Feature

  • 288 macrocells with 6,400 usable gates
  • Available in small footprint packages
    • 144-pin TQFP (117 user I/O pins)
    • 208-pin PQFP (168 user I/O pins)
    • 280-pin CSP (192 user I/O pins)
    • 256-pin FBGA (192 user I/O pins)
  • Optimized for high-performance 2.5V systems
    • Low power operation
    • Multi-voltage operation
  • Advanced system features
    • In-system programmable
    • Four separate output banks
    • Superior pin-locking and routability with Fast CONNECT™ II switch matrix
    • Extra wide 54-input Function Blocks
    • Up to 90 product-terms per macrocell with individual product-term allocation
    • Local clock inversion with three global and one product-term clocks
    • Individual output enable per output pin
    • Input hysteresis on all user and boundary-scan pin inputs
    • Bus-hold ciruitry on all user pin inputs
    • Full IEEE Standard 1149.1 boundary-scan (JTAG)
  • Fast concurrent programming
  • Slew rate control on individual outputs
  • Enhanced data security features
  • Excellent quality and reliability
    • 20 year data retention
    • ESD protection exceeding 2,000V

Product Attributes

TYPE DESCRIPTION Select all
Series XC9500XL
Package Tray
Product Status Obsolete
Programmable Not Verified
Programmable Type In System Programmable (min 10K program/erase cycles)
Delay Time tpd(1) Max 10 ns
Voltage Supply - Internal 3V ~ 3.6V
Number of Logic Elements/Blocks 16
Number of Macrocells 288
Number of Gates 6400
Number of I/O 168
Operating Temperature -40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package / Case 208-BFQFP
Supplier Device Package 208-PQFP (28x28)

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$82.80

Price update:a months ago
Available in stock: 110
AMD

AMD

AMD stands as a preeminent purveyor of All Programmable Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), System-on-Chips (SoCs), Multiprocessor SoCs (MPSoCs), and Three-Dimensional Integrated Circuits (3D ICs). Notably, AMD confers singular prowess in facilitating software-defined and hardware-optimized applications, thus propelling progress across domains like Cloud Computing, 5G Wireless, Embedded Vision, and Industrial Internet of Things (IoT).

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