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  • Static RAM (SRAM)
    Static RAM (SRAM) is more expensive than DRAM, but faster and more reliable. Unlike DRAM, SRAM does not need to be refreshed constantly; SRAM is refreshed only when a write command is performed. SRAM is most commonly used in the L2 cache for PCs. There are two types of SRAM: synchronous
  • TechBrief: Using SRAM with a PIC16CXX
    There are applications where a significant amount of data memory is required beyond what is in the micro-controller. For example, buffering communications data, creating large volatile tables and arrays. One interesting application is voice storage and playback. Some applications require relatively
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Micron decides to exit SRAM and TCAM markets Micron Technology Inc. on Friday confirmed that the memory chipmaker is suspending further production of SRAMs and Ternary Content Addressable Memories (TCAMs) as part of its cost reduction effort. DAC to concentrate on low power issues MANHASSET, N.Y.
  • Antifuse FPGA
    Antifuse-based FPGAs are high-density devices with integration levels from 104 to several million gates per microcircuit. They are designed and manufactured using antifuse technology that allows the devices to be more reliable and secure than SRAM-based FPGAs. This technology enable designers
  • Using External RAM with PIC17CXX Devices
    This Technical Brief shows how to connect a PIC17CXX device to external memory. It also provides instructions and calculations to help determine which speeds of SRAM work with which frequency crystal.
  • ADC1000-USB A/D Converter: Serial Port Interface Communications and Control Information
    Windows Interface Package. The ADC1000-USB utilizes a Cypress AN2131 microcontroller, which has a high speed 8051, combined with a USB ASIC. Program code and data coefficients are stored in external E²PROM and are loaded at boot-up via the I²C bus. The microcontroller has 8K of internal SRAM and 128K
  • Temperature Compensation of a Tuning Fork Crystal Based on MCP79410
    An increasing number of applications that involve time. measurement are requiring a Real-Time Clock device. The MCP79410 is a feature-rich RTCC that incorporates. EEPROM, SRAM, unique ID and time-stamp. This application note describes how to compensate the. parabolic thermal drift of some crystals
  • MICRO: Industry News: 300mm (January 2001)
    009;Trecenti Technologies, a joint venture between Japan's Hitachi and Taiwan's United Microelectronics, has produced the first chips in its 300-mm fab--two months ahead of schedule. The company claims that it has used 0.18- um technology to produce the world's first functional 4- and 8-Mb SRAMs

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