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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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2007-05-22 0.18?m embedded EEPROM process offers high reliability
Shanghai Hua Hong NEC Electronics Company Ltd has announced the availability of its 0.18?m embedded EEPROM process.
2007-03-01 Zigbee vet strives to reduce cost of solutions
Wireless microcontroller specialist Jennic is putting the marker down for next-generation Zigbee-compliant devices at sub-$2 prices in 100,000-plus units.
2002-01-21 X-FAB adds new mixed-signal technology to its CMOS process platform
X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG has added a new mixed-signal technology called XC06 high-voltage process to its 0.65m mixed-signal CMOS process platform.
2008-06-28 Writing to flash from firmware
The flash memory on all Silicon Labs MCU devices is readable and writable from application code. This capability allows user software to store values to the Flash such as calibration constants or system parameters, and to implement a boot loading feature in which user firmware can be updated in-system from a remote site.
2003-06-24 Writing to Flash from application code
This application note starts with the basics of writing to Flash from application codes on any Cygnal device. Then it discusses details specific to each device series.
2003-06-24 Writing to Flash from application code
This application note is a collection of routines that can be used to implement a master-mode SPI device in software.
2013-01-15 Wireless MCUs geared for the Internet of Things
NXP's JN516x family and an evaluation kit claim to simplify commercial development of ZigBee, JenNet-IP and other IEEE 802.15.4 applications.
2003-05-12 What is MPS E2?
This application note talks about the features and uses of the X84256 MPS E2 serial EEPROM.
2007-01-29 Voltage supervisors offer broad memory options
Catalyst has launched three families of voltage supervisors claiming the industry's broadest selection of embedded memory.
2008-01-31 Voltage sequencers/monitors ease system troubleshooting
Maxim's new voltage sequencers/monitors/marginers use non-volatile fault registers to store system voltage and fault information upon a critical system failure.
2013-06-25 Utilising non-volatile memory IP in SoC designs
Integrating anti-fuse NVM on chip for program storage results to increased margin as well as independence from vagaries of supply chain and component availability.
2015-07-21 Utilising FRAMs in automotive applications
FRAMs can be used for nonvolatile data logging in most automotive sub systems. This technical article discusses the use of FRAM in Automotive Event Data Recorders.
2004-05-04 Using the RZK semaphore object
This app note describes how to use Zilog's RZK semaphore object for synchronization and memory protection.
2005-06-17 Using the MSSP module to interface I
This app note serves as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the MSSP module featured on many PIC16 family devices
2005-06-17 Using the MSSP module to interface I
This app note is intended to serve as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the MSSP module featured on many PIC18 family devices
2000-06-08 Using the Microchip Endurance Predictive Software
This application note discusses the endurance, which refers to the number of times an individual memory cell can be erased and written, of nonvolatile EEPROM devices. In this discussion, the term "ENDURANCE" will be used to describe the collective endurance of all memory cells in the EEPROM device.
2007-06-11 Using the C30 compiler to interface SPI serial EEPROMs with dsPIC33
This application note provides assistance and source code to ease the design process of interfacing a Microchip digital signal controller to a SPI serial EEPROM, without the use of a hardware serial port.
2005-06-17 Using the C18 compiler and the MSSP to interface I
This app note is intended to serve as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the MSSP module featured on many PIC18 family devices
2000-06-07 Using the 93LC56 and 93LC66
This application note is intended to provide the engineer with readily available standalone code modules to accomplish all of the necessary functions to utilize the 93LC56 and 93LC66 nonvolatile memories in a low-power application using the efficient PIC16C54 microcontroller.
2000-06-07 Using the 24XX65 and 24XX32 with Stand Alone PIC16C54 Code
This application note discusses Microchip's strategy in solving the 16KB limitation of the I?C serial bus, since this 16KB limit is insufficient with the requirements of sophisticated personal communication devices, such as cellular and full-featured phones, PDAs and palm-top computers.
2010-02-12 Using ON Semiconductor's serial EEPROMs in shared I/O configuration
ON Semiconductor's family of serial EEPROMs uses four signals for the communication interface: chip select (CS) for device selection, serial clock (SK or CLK) for synchronizing serial data to and from the device, data input (DI) to input serial data to the device and data output (DO) to output serial data from the device.
2000-06-08 Using Microchip 93 Series Serial EEPROMs with Microcontroller SPI Ports
This application note demonstrates how to use Microchip Technology's 93 Series Serial EEPROMs with the PIC16C64/74 microcontroller SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) ports.
2009-02-09 Using HI-TECH C and a timer to interface mid-range PIC MCUs with UNI/O serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing Microchip's mid-range family of PIC MCUs with Microchip's UNI/O bus 11XXXXX family of serial EEPROM devices.
2008-03-31 Using C30 compiler and the SPI module to interface EEPROMs with dsPIC33F and PIC24F
This application note serves as a reference for communicating with Microchip's 25XXX series serial EEPROM devices with the use of the SPI module featured on many dsPIC33F and PIC24F family devices.
2008-10-07 Using C30 and a timer to interface dsPIC33 DSCs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
As embedded systems become smaller, a growing need exists to minimize I/O pin usage for communication between devices. Microchip has addressed this need by developing the UNI/O bus, a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution requiring only a single I/O pin for bidirectional communication.
2008-12-17 Using C30 and a timer to interface dsPIC33 DSCs and PIC24 MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
As embedded systems become smaller, a growing need exists to minimize I/O pin usage for communication between devices. Microchip has addressed this need by developing the UNI/O bus, a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution requiring only a single I/O pin for bidirectional communication.
2008-12-16 Using C to interface Texas Instruments' MSP430XXXX MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
This application note offers designers a set of examples for the read and write functions for the Microchip SPI Serial EEPROM using GPIO pins to simulate the SPI bus.
2008-06-25 Using C to interface 8051 MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provides source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort. Here, Alexandru Valeanu offers a reference for interfacing 8051-based MCUs with Microchip's 25XXX series serial EEPROM devices, without the use of a hardware module.
2008-09-09 Using C and I/O pins to interface 8051 MCUs with I?C serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing 8051-based MCUs with Microchip's I?C 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices, without the use of a hardware module.
2008-05-16 Using C and a timer to interface MSP430 MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
As embedded systems become smaller, a growing need exists to minimize I/O pin usage for communication between devices. Microchip has addressed this need by developing the UNI/O bus, a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution requiring only a single I/O pin for bidirectional communication.
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