PALCE22V10 COM'L: H-5/7/10/15/25,Q-10/15/25 IND: H-10/15/20/25
PALCE22V10Z COM'L: -25
PALCE22V10 and PALCE22V10Z
24-Pin EE CMOS (Zero Power) Versatile PAL Device
x As fast as 5-ns propagation delay and 142.8 MHz fMAX (external)
x Low-power EE CMOS
x 10 macrocells programmable as registered or combinatorial, and active high or active low to
match application needs
x Varied product term distribution allows up to 16 product terms per output for complex
x Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) compliant (-5/-7/-10)
x Global asynchronous reset and synchronous preset for initialization
x Power-up reset for initialization and register preload for testability
x Extensive third-party software and programmer support
x 24-pin SKINNY DIP, 24-pin SOIC, and 28-pin PLCC
x 5-ns and 7.5-ns versions utilize split leadframes for improved performance
The PALCE22V10 provides user-programmable logic for replacing conventional SSI/MSI gates and
ﬂip-ﬂops at a reduced chip count.
The PALCE22V10Z is an advanced PAL® device built with zero-power, high-speed, electrically-
erasable CMOS technology. It provides user-programmable logic for replacing conventional zero-
power CMOS SSI/MSI gates and ﬂip-ﬂops at a reduced chip count.
The PALCE22V10Z provides zero standby power and high speed. At 30 µA maximum standby
current, the PALCE22V10Z allows battery-powered operation for an extended period.
The PAL device implements the familiar Boolean logic transfer function, the sum of products. The
PAL device is a programmable AND array driving a ﬁxed OR array. The AND array is programmed
to create custom product terms, while the OR array sums selected terms at the outputs.
The product terms are connected to the ﬁxed OR array with a varied distribution from 8 to16 across
the outputs (see Block Diagram). The OR sum of the products feeds the output macrocell. Each
macrocell can be programmed as registered or combinatorial, and active-high or active low. The
output conﬁguration is determined by two bits controlling two multiplexers in each macrocell.
Publication# 16564 Rev: E
Issue Date: November 1998