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Using CellularRAM memory to replace single- and dual-chip select SRAM

Posted: 04 Mar 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CellularRAM? SRAM? NOR flash? memory device?

Micron CellularRAM devices are designed to be backward-compatible with 6T SRAM and early-generation asynchronous and page PSRAM. Designs that require high speed and low-power operation make this sort of backward-compatibility essential. CellularRAM memory also provides an interface compatible with burst NOR flash, which allows increased design performance.

This technical note discusses the changes required to convert single- or dual-chip select (CE#) SRAM to Micron CellularRAM memory. The following areas will be covered:

? Comparative device overview
? Power supply considerations
? Memory controller interface
? Low-power settings
? Package changes
? Added benefits of using CellularRAM memory

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