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Using CellularRAM to replace UtRAM

Posted: 09 Jun 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CellularRAM? UtRAM? device overview?

The Micron family of CellularRAM devices is designed to be backward-compatible with 6T SRAM and early-generation asynchronous and page PSRAM. Designs requiring high-speed and low-power operation constitute a major market segment where backward compatibility is essential. CellularRAM memory also provides a NOR flash burst-compatible interface that allows designers to take their designs to the next performance level.

Samsung Unit-transistor RAM (UtRAM) competes in this market segment; this application note addresses requirements for a design migration from Burst UtRAM to CellularRAM devices.

This technical note describes the comparative device overview, interface-change requirements, device driver requirements and added benefits of using CellularRAM products.

View the PDF document for more information.

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