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    Microprocessor and IC Programmers, Compilers, and Debuggers - (113 companies)
    ...customizable microprocessor compiler and microprocessor debugger solutions. Developers use microprocessor and IC programmers, compilers and debuggers to build the machine language components that assemble bit patterns, or the linked bits necessary to deliver... Learn More
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    Flash Memory Cards - (175 companies)
    Flash memory cards provide electrically erasable, programmable, read-only memory (EEPROM) that can be erased and reprogrammed in blocks instead of one byte at a time. Image Credit: Advantech Co., Ltd. | Digi-Key Corporation | Wintec Industries, Inc... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Storage Resource and Replication Software - (17 companies)
    Storage resource and storage replication software is used to monitor the efficiency and speed at which available drive space is utilized in a storage area network (SAN). Learn More
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    Integrated Development Environment (IDE) - (58 companies)
    ...are also available. Typically, an integrated development environment (IDE) includes a source code editor, a compiler or interpreter, build automation tools, and a debugger. Sometimes, versioning control is included to help computer programmers... Learn More
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    Programming Languages - (339 companies)
    ...and binary code management includes resource compilers, resource editors, source checkers, and debuggers. Programming languages with compiler construction tools and programming language grammars are also available. Learn More
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    Serial Hubs - (43 companies)
    Serial hubs expand serial ports to multiple ports and allow connectivity of multiple serial devices such as industrial instruments, point-of-sale (POS) terminals, and barcode printers. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    SCSI Terminations - (52 companies)
    ...active, active negation, high-voltage differential (HVD), low-voltage differential (LVD), multimode (LVD / MSE), forced perfect terminator (FPT), and high- byte terminator (HB). SCSI terminations consist of both passive and active products. Passive... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Memory Chips - (578 companies)
    ...listed in the subtype column are described below the table. Type. Volatility. Subtype. Applications/description. Time of introduction. DRAM. Volatile. Byte-addressable. Main memory. 1969. SRAM. Volatile. Byte-addressable. High speed buffers/caches... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Centronics Connectors - (69 companies)
    ...mode sends data back to the computer in two 4-bit nibbles. By contrast, byte mode transfers a single byte of data from the peripheral to the computer. ECP, an advanced bi-directional mode used by scanners and faxes, incorporates channel addressing... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    RAID Products - (154 companies)
    ...for drives that do not have built-in error detection. RAID 3 stripes data at the byte level across several drives, with parity stored on one drive. By contrast, RAID Level 4 stripes data at the block level. The parity information allows recovery... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...of an operating system. The model is based on a simple form of a linked list. A block of memory referred to as the dynamic heap is split into segments. Each segment has a single-byte header that references the next segment in the list via an offset, as well as indicating whether the segment is allocated...

There are many different microcontrollers on the market today that are being used in embedded control applications. Many of these embedded control systems need nonvolatile memory. Because of their small footprint, byte level flexibility, low I/O pin requirement, low power consumption, and low cost...

There are many different microcontrollers on the market today that are being used in embedded control applications. Many of these embedded control systems need nonvolatile memory. Because of their small footprint, byte level flexibility, low I/O pin requirement, low power consumption and low cost...

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