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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
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2008-05-21 Using C and a timer to interface 8051 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.
2008-10-31 Using C and a hardware module to interface Texas Instruments' MSP430XXXX MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
The 25XXX series serial EEPROMs from Microchip Technology support a half-duplex SPI protocol.
2008-06-12 Using ASM and a hardware module to interface 8051 MCUs with I?C serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provide source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort.
2008-09-08 Using a timer to interface 8051 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.
2008-05-02 Using a timer and I/O pins to interface 8051 MCUs with I?C serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provide source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort.
2008-06-25 Using a hardware module to interface 8051 MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing 8051-based MCUs using a hardware module with Microchip's 25XXX series serial EEPROM devices. The provided source code is written in assembly language.
2002-08-06 Toshiba EEPROMs feature 50 percent smaller packaging
The TC9WMB1FK 1Kb and TC9WMB2FK 2Kb I2C bus-based serial EEPROMs are shipped in a US8 package that is 50 percent smaller than current TSSOP and MSOP casings.
2014-09-04 Thermal printer reference design
Learn about the complete hardware and software required for a thermal printer solution based on Texas Instruments 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 80- MHz processor core.
2001-08-23 Technical comparison of floating-gate reprogrammable non-volatile memories
This application note presents a comparison of the three major approaches to producing floating gate reprogrammable EEPROMs: the thin oxide stacked gate approach; the thin oxide two transistor cell; and the thick oxide split-gate cell patented by SST.
2000-03-01 Taking new stabs at programmable analog
Programmable logic has some traditional advantages over ASIC design. The gate count of FPGAs approaches that of custom circuits. FPGAs can be programmed?and re-programmed?out in the field, enabling fast time to market. ASICs, in comparison, need careful attention to layout and fabrication technology. It can take anywhere from six weeks to two years (depending on the complexity of the circuit) to get an ASIC working properly.
2003-02-25 STMicro, Aspects collaborate on Java SIM card solution
STMicroelectronics and Aspects Software Ltd have signed a license agreement to provide a system solution for a Java Card technology based GSM SIM.
2008-06-18 STM8S MCUs bring 8bit scalability to industrial apps
STMicroelectronics has added 8bit MCUs using its next-generation STM8 core, by introducing the STM8S family specified for the industrial temperature range.
2011-06-16 ST touts first 2Mbit chip
STMicroelectronics claims to have launched the industry's first 2Mbit serial EEPROM chip for write-intensive applications.
2004-11-02 ST MCU based on the SmartJ RISC architecture
ST unveiled a new smartcard MCU in its ST22 range based on the SmartJ Java-accelerated RISC architecture.
2007-11-13 ST makes flash-based secure MCU using 90nm node
STMicroelectronics' new secure MCU based on embedded flash memory is said to be the first to be produced using 90nm process technology.
2006-11-15 ST intros TPM made in 0.15?m process tech
STMicroelectronics has announced a TPM module manufactured in its advanced 0.15?m CMOS EEPROM process technology.
2005-03-17 ST enables slimmer end-products
The two 512kb EEPROM devices from ST are engineered for apps that have a large amount of rapidly changing parameter data.
2005-04-14 SST pays $20 million for flash memory group Actrans
Flash memory specialist Silicon Storage Technology (SST) Inc. is buying, for about $20 million in stock and cash, substantially all of privately-held Actrans Systems, the Taiwanese startup focusing on flash memory and EEPROMs.
2004-12-15 SPI communications between serial EEPROMs and PICmicro microcontrollers
This app note describes SPI communications between serial EEPROMs and PICmicro microcontrollers.
2003-04-30 Software creates compatible 64Kbit 2-wire serial EEPROMs
This application note provides a general purpose code which allows 64kb 2-wire serial EEPROMs to be used interchangeably in a system.
2000-09-01 Software chip erase
This application note shows the Software Chip Erase feature of Atmel's EEPROMs to enable erasure of the entire memory contents in a single step using a 6-byte code.
2002-11-12 Smart-card chips advance as market stalls
Hampered by the market saturation of prepaid telephone cards and by serious delays in Europe's 3G mobile-phone rollout, smart cards are fast losing their 1990s glow of consistent double-digit annual growth.
2004-10-18 SII serial EEPROMs with high speed, low power consumption
The S-93L46A, S-93L56A and S-93L66A devices from SII are low voltage operation 1Kb, 2Kb and 4Kb serial EEPROMs with a wide operating voltage range.
2005-07-18 Serial Flash memories from ST provide flexible upgradeability
STMicroelectronics's new flash memories can maintain continuity with serial EEPROMs in pin-out, allowing flexible upgradeability, which means easy implementation and saving time on designs.
2008-12-12 Serial EEPROMs target standard buses
Microchip Technology Inc.'s serial EEPROM devices with built-in EUI-48 and EUI-64 compatible MAC addresses are designed to work on standard buses such as SPI, I?C and the UNI/O bus.
2011-12-15 Serial EEPROMs boast 300,000 data writes
The SII S-25AxxxB series touts memory capacity from 8-256Kb and 50-year data retention.
2003-06-19 Serial communication with the SMBus
This application note describes the configuration and operation of the SMBus.
2007-07-05 Secure MCU suits low-priced contact bank cards
Atmel's new AT90SC9604RU is designed with additional ROM capacity to allow its customers to implement applications such as common platform application for the EMV banking, SDA market.
2005-04-27 Samsung's smart card ICs use 16bit CalmRISC processor
Samsung has developed two dual interface smart card ICs that meet world-class spes for financial transactions and can store all types of personal and biological data.
2002-12-23 Samsung smart cards obtain security certification
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has received an EAL4+ level Common Criteria (CC) certification for its smart card with crypto functions.
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