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    Memory Modules - (389 companies)
    Uses and Forms. Memory modules are computer chips used to add memory to a computer. Memory comes in two basic forms, random access memory (RAM) and read-only memory (ROM). The name "random access memory" is a bit misleading, because both kinds...
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    Memory Chips - (562 companies)
    Memory chips are internal storage areas in computers. Although the term "memory chip " commonly refers to a computer's random access memory (RAM), this product area includes many different types of electronic data storage. Computer memory stores...
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    FIFO Memory - (43 companies)
    Image Credit: 1-Source Electronic Components. First-in, first-out (FIFO) memory chips are used in buffering applications between devices that operate at different speeds or in applications where data must be stored temporarily for further processing...
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    PCMCIA Memory Cards - (32 companies)
    PCMCIA Memory Cards Information. PCMCIA memory cards and storage cards are used to add memory (RAM, SRAM, Flash, etc.) and/or storage capacity (hard disks, CD-ROM, etc.) to computers. PCMCIA is an acronym for the Personal Computer Memory Card...
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    Computer-on-Module (COM) - (32 companies)
    Computer-on-Modules (COM) are highly integrated single-board computers built on a single circuit board. They are used in embedded applications. A computer-on-module (COM) is a subtype of an embedded system. These single-board computers fall between...
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    FRAM Memory Chips - (13 companies)
    Ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) chips have memory cells that contain a specific ferroelectric material such as a crystal of zirconium or titanium, or oxygen and lead. FRAM memory is much faster than Flash memory. Image Credit: Fujitsu...
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    FLASH Memory Chips - (192 companies)
    FLASH memory chips offer extremely fast access times, low power consumption, and relative immunity to severe shock or vibration. They do not need a constant power supply to retain their data. Image Credit: Newark / element14 | Digi-Key Corporation...
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    Flash Memory Cards - (175 companies)
    ...parity. Flash memory cards with non-parity are also available; however, these non-ECC modules do not have error-detection or error-correction features. Memory Types. Flash memory cards differ in terms of memory types. Choices include Secure Digital (SD...
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    DRAM and SDRAM Memory Chips - (206 companies)
    Image Credit: Digi-Key Corporation | Newark / element14 | Kendu International Inc. Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips are single-transistor memory cells that use small capacitors to store each bit of memory in an addressable format...
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    SRAM Memory Chips - (146 companies)
    Static random access memory (SRAM) chips do not need to be refreshed like DRAM chips. This makes SRAM chips faster and more reliable. Description. Static random access memory (SRAM) chips are dual-transistor memory cells that require a constant...
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  • Aircraft Design and Technology Meeting > F-20 evolution
    The primary airborne components are a data acquisition unit (DAU) that incorporates a crash - survivable memory unit (CSMU) in module form and a flight mainte- nance panel (FMP).
  • Standard Flight Data Recorder (SFDR) system
    The Series SFDR consists of the Signal Acquisition Unit (SAU) with auxiliary memory unit, the Crash Survivable Memory Unit (CSMU), the optional Flight Data Panel (FDP) and … … Transfer Interface Unit (DTIU) or a simple Data Transfer Module Receptacle (DTMR) and Data …
  • Encyclopedia of Structural Health Monitoring Complete Document
    … Technology for Large Structural Systems Acousto-Ultrasonics Acousto-Ultrasonic Structural Health Monitoring Array Module Ambient Vibration Survey … … Percentage Bandwidth Corrosion-Prediction Model Central Processing Unit Cooperative Research Center Clonal Selection Algorithm Cross Spectral Density reference-based combined deterministic-stochastic subspace identification Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Continuously Scanning Laser Doppler Vibrometers Crash Survivable Memory Units Cyclic Stress – …
    … data manipulation, state detection and health assessment on-board and leave ground based modules take care of … It is possible to use the data stored on the crash survivable memory for further analysis, but the information recorded might not comply with the requirements of some health analysis tools.
  • News analysis [News in Depth]
    A deep-water robot retrieves the flight recorder memory module … area, on 27 April, lasted over 12 hours and had an early success in finding the chassis of the flight data recorder, surrounded by debris from other parts of the plane, though it was without the crash survivable memory unit (CVMR) that …
  • Onboard Maintenance System (OMS)
    It consists of a Signal Acquisition Unit (SAU), Crash Survivable Memory Unit (CSMU) and engine life computer. The computer uses standard hardware modules and the software architecture is structured for multiple applications.
  • CiteSeerX — An Empirical Study of Operating System Errors
    In a subsequent study, Lee and Iyer [15] looked at 200 memory dumps of field software failures … … support for the "Pareto principle, " the hypothesis that a small number of modules accounts for ... A related area are fault injection studies =-=[2, 14]-=-, which dynamically insert bugs into the system to see how it crashes or survives [6].
    Crash Survivable Memory Unit Assembly CAIC* Module Production .
    Their main focus was on measuring errors caused by memory corruption versus "everything else." … for the "Pareto prin- ciple," the hypothesis that a small number of modules accounts for a … A related area are fault injection studies [2, 14], which dynamically insert bugs into the system to see how it crashes or survives [6].

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