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What is an EEPROM?
Electrically Erasable Programmable ROM or EEPROm is a rewritable memory chip that holds its content without power. The two main categories of EEPROM interfaces are Serial bus and Parallel bus. These interfaces require between 1 and 4 control signals for operation, resulting in a memory device in an 8-pin (or less) package. Most common EEPPROM serial interface types are SPI, I²C, Microwire, UNI/O, and 1-Wire.  (Souce: EE Times, Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EEPROM)
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The Flash memory PCI add-in card was created to demonstrate the feasibility of interfacing the Flash memory to the PCI bus in an embedded system. In such a system, Flash memory devices are used for high density and high performance storage for user code and data. This application note describes the Flash memory OCI add-in card.
2000-05-05 Flash memory for portable telephones developed jointly with SST
This application note describes the Flash memory technology that serves as a valuable component used in portable phones as it increases functionality, performance, miniaturization, reduced power consumption and capacity.
2004-05-04 Flash loader utility using ZTP
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2001-08-23 Features and performances of reprogrammable non-volatile byte-wide floating-gate memories
This application note compares the features and performances of major reprogrammable nonvolatile byte-wide floating gate memories, such as EEPROM, flash EEPROM, UV-EPROM and OTPEPROM.
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Seiko Epson has developed ferroelectric RAM technology based on a new material called PZTN.
2012-05-08 Enable autorestart capability in MAX16046
Know how to perform a system autorestart following a command from a microcontroller or an external key switch.
2010-07-27 Developing your M24LR64-R datalogger application for temperature acquisition
The M24LR64-R is a dual interface EEPROM. This application note presents a practical useful application for the M24LR64-R datalogger.
2005-08-01 Develop a robust low-power embedded flash
A major consideration in the development of a 0.18?m embedded flash technology is how to integrate flash in existing libraries and processes
1999-06-01 Designing programmable-architecture, mixed-signal circuits
With the availability of package-level product programmability, hardware components can be modified just days before shipment. In addition, the programmed devices are immediately available in production volumes required for the computer and communications market.
1999-11-08 Data management software (DMS) for AMD simultaneous read/write flash memory devices
This application note describes the way to replace an EEPROM with Flash memory. It also shows how to solve problems that can be encountered from this process with the use of the task management software. It also describes how that data management software must be developed to manipulate data within the sectors of the Flash memory devices.
2009-07-17 DAC saves space, cost in battery-powered apps
Microchip has developed the MCP4728 DAC, claimed to be the first 12bit quad DAC to include non-volatile EEPROM, enabling the DAC's configuration to be loaded automatically during power-up.
2002-08-29 Cytech to represent Catalyst Semi in China
Catalyst Semiconductor Inc. has appointed Cytech Technology Ltd to represent and distribute all of Catalyst's programmable products in China and Hong Kong.
1999-11-04 Customer centered silicon wafer fabrication services
This application note describes the wafer fabrication service provided by IMP and how it specializes in high volume manufacturing of analog and mixed-signal process technologies.
2003-10-27 CP2101 customization guide
This application note provides information about obtaining a Vendor ID (VID) and Product ID (PID) for a CP2101 USB-to-UART bridge chip and describes the steps necessary for customizing the device driver installation and for customizing the device descriptors contained in the CP2101 EEPROM.
2000-06-08 Converting to 24LCXXB and 93LCXX Serial EEPROMs
This application note demonstrates the conversion issues of the 24LCXXB and 93LCXX Serial EEPROMs and presents the benefits for such conversion.
2007-07-16 Configuring the bq27010/210 for gas gauge applications
This application report provides the basis for determining the optimal EEPROM coefficients from the host system operational characteristics and battery characterization data.
2005-06-13 Conditioner responds quickly
ZMD America has expanded its resistive bridge signal conditioner RBICLite family with a fast, low-cost device that it claims provides easy PC-controlled configuration
2001-07-16 Comparing emerging RAM technologies
New memory technologies force us to challenge past design assumptions. Read this introduction to FRAM, DDR SDRAM, and RDRAM before starting your next project.
2000-06-06 Communicating with the I?C Bus Using the PIC16C5X
This application note is intended for design engineers who want to develop their software programs to communicate a microcontroller with a 2-wire bus Serial EEPROM through a general purpose I/O port.
2010-06-10 ColdFire+ MCUs integrate thin-film storage tech
Leveraging on its thin-film storage technology, Freescale has scaled down its ColdFire processors to the 90nm node and over a four-fold shrink to just 5mm? for under a dollar.
2013-06-17 CMOSF8H 0.15?m process applied to ST's latest EEPROMs
ST used its advanced CMOSF8H 0.15?m process to enhanced the endurance of its latest EEPROMs family to 4 million cycles per byte at 25C, and 400,000 cycles per byte at 150C.
2005-05-02 Clock generators offer high versatility
IDT's new programmable clock generators leverage the EEPROM-based programmable platform from previous generations of IDT programmable clocks along with an enhanced, multi PLL architecture.
2002-06-05 China memory chip demand to grow 14 percent in 2005
The demand for memory chips in China is forecasted to reach 1.5 billion units by 2005?an annual increase of 14 percent?according to the China Center of Information Industry Development.
2002-07-09 Changing market needs open doors for emerging memories
An analysis from In-Stat/MDR indicates that new memory technologies are emerging as a result of changing market needs.
2005-05-27 Catalyst's new supervisors support MCU-based systems
Catalyst's new CAT1320/21 (32K) and CAT1640/41 (64K) supervisors support reliable operation for microcontroller-based systems during power-up, power-down and all transitional power events.
2003-02-07 Catalyst sets up product development center in Europe
Catalyst Semiconductor Inc. has launched its first international product development center in Bucharest, Romania.
2003-05-29 Catalyst Semiconductor to deploy Nextest systems
Catalyst Semiconductor has purchased several of Nextest Systems Corp.'s Maverick PTs to test their EEPROM and Flash memory devices.
2002-06-25 Catalyst Semiconductor rolls out lead-free packages
Catalyst Semiconductor Inc., an EEPROM memory supplier, has launched its environmentally safe lead-free package initiative.
2006-09-22 Catalyst Semicon beefs up analog roadmap
Despite the fact that 90 percent of its revenue comes from its memory business, Catalyst Semiconductor has opted to focus its R&D initiatives on new analog products.
2006-11-01 Catalyst Semi beefs up analog roadmap
While 90 percent of its revenue comes from its memory business, Catalyst Semiconductor Inc. has opted to focus to its R&D initiatives on new analog products.
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