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Old 05 August 2015, 19:32   #18
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A Buster card is probably not as easy and simple as many people think. You need the FPGA, voltage regulator (FPGAs run at <5V), flash memory to load the FPGA code (FPGAs turn on with no code loaded)
Some FPGA's (especially the smaller CPLD's) have their flash memory integrated.

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a port to update the FPGA code for bug fixes and enhancements.
The newer Xilinx parts will allow configuration from the design. (i.e. you could in theory change the flash contents from the Amiga)

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Keeping the classic Amiga alive requires more modernization.
Way off topic but no-one is ever going to use a Classic Amiga as their main computer no matter what modernisation you add.
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