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  • 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
  • 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.
  • Downloading HEX Files to PIC16F87X PICmicro (R) Microcontrollers
    The release of the PIC16F87X devices introduces the first mid-range family of devices from Microchip Technology that has the capability to read and write to internal program memory. This family has FLASH-based program memory, SRAM data memory and EEPROM data memory. The FLASH program memory allows
  • MSP430 TM FRAM Technology - How To and Best Practices
    FRAM is a non-volatile memory technology that behaves similar to SRAM while enabling a whole host of new applications, but also changing the way firmware should be designed. This application report outlines the how to and best practices of using FRAM technology in MSP430 from an embedded software
  • MICRO: World Beat
    Alliance Semiconductor has placed the first volume order for chips from Tower Semiconductor's newest chip factory. The pure-play foundry says Alliance wants volume output of its 4-Mb asynchronous SRAM using Tower's 180-nm process. Shipments are scheduled for mid-2003. One of Tower's four partners
  • Computer Power User Article - X-ray Vision
    storage capacities of DRAM; has the same extremely high data retrieval speeds of SRAM (static RAM); and is nonvolatile (it has no moving parts), just like flash memory. MRAM chips should be smaller than other types of memory chips because MRAM data storage can be extremely dense. Best of all, MRAM
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    , CALIF. -- MoSys Inc. here said silicon foundry giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. has successfully implemented the company's 1T-SRAM-M technology for second-generation one-transistor memory cells used in low-power mobile systems applications. Commentary & analysis of week's chip news
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Intel investment fuels Infineon's public offering Buyers benefit as DRAM prices head south Sony, TI collaborate to expand Memory Stick IC applications Chip technology implements RF direct conversion in standard CMOS Micromem aims ferromagnetic technology at 16-K memories Micronas combines RISC, DSP

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