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ICSI 4Mb SRAMs consume 25A standby current

Posted: 28 Jan 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:integrated circuit solution? icsi? sram? static ram? random access memory?

The IC62VV25616L, IC62VV25616LL and IC62VV5128LL 4Mb low-power SRAMs are fabricated on a 0.155m CMOS process technology, and are housed in 44-pin TSOP II, 32-pin TSOP or 48-pin TFBGA package.

The SRAMs are organized as 256Kword-by-16 bits or 512Kword-by-8 bits. These compact memory chips are designed for use in i-mode Web mobile phones, among other portable electronic devices.

The devices have a standby current of 25A and an operating voltage of 1.65V. Access times are specified at 55ns, 70ns and 100ns. Typical operating power is 60mW, while standby power is 35W. Operating temperature range is from -400C to 850C.

They require no clock refresh for fully static operation, have three-state outputs, and offer data control functions.





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