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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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2004-11-08 Samsung smart card IC utilizes 0.13?m process
Samsung Electronics has developed a high-density 512KB EEPROM-embedded smart card IC.
2008-07-10 Samsung designs 90nm smart card for SIM, mobile TV
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced its 90nm smart card IC with high data storage capacity for subscriber identity module cards and mobile TV applications.
2006-09-14 Saifun, Tower Semi ink NROM agreement
Saifun and Tower Semi have signed a new agreement whereby Saifun extends the license of the Saifun NROM technology to Tower for the manufacture of embedded flash end Embedded EEPROM products.
2005-08-12 RFID tag with 256 bytes of FRAM
Fujitsu introduced the newest member of its FerVID family of RFID tagsthe MB89R119that incorporates 256 bytes of FRAM and operates at approximately 50 times the speed of tags that use EEPROM.
2010-12-15 RFID memory reveals equipment history
The LRiS64K RFID-EEPROM chip can store initial manufacturer details and complete records of repairs or upgrades, easing the repair and maintenance of equipment.
2008-08-22 Recommended usage of Microchip UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
This application note provides assistance and guidance with the use of Microchip UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs.
2007-02-28 Real-time clocks enhance security, reduce BOM
Intersil has introduced the ISL12024 and ISL12025 micropower real-time clock/calendar devices that feature an integrated factory-set 64bit unique ID that is read-only and tamper-proof for increased security and reduced footprint and BOM cost.
2002-02-05 Ramtron FRAM offers 20MHz R/W speed
Claimed to be able to read and write continuously at 20MHz, the FM25CL64 SPI FRAM can outperform similar EEPROMS that require 10MHz and 10ms delays to read and write.
2007-12-13 Ramtron adds 4Kbit FRAM to Grade 1 automotive line
Ramtron International has added another 4Kbit FRAM memory device to its Grade 1 AEC-Q100-qualified automotive product line, growing its number of 125C parts to five.
2000-06-08 Questions and Answers Concerning Serial EEPROMs
This application note provides answers to some of the commonly asked questions on using serial EEPROMs.
2001-08-22 Protecting against unintentional writes when using single power supply flash memories
This application note discusses the relevance of protection methods against unintentional writes when using single power supply Flash memories.
2000-09-05 Programming cascaded configurators
This application note describes the mechanism of in-system programming (ISP) of multiple devices and the implementation of an example design.
2008-01-30 Programmable HB LED drivers enable greater versatility
Maxim's MAX16816 is a high-voltage, high-power HB LED driver that provides many user-programmable features through on-chip non-volatile EEPROM registers.
2007-03-21 Programmable fuel gauge suits 1- or 2-cell apps
Dallas Semiconductor has launched a programmable fuel gauge for 1- or 2-cell applications.
2009-08-11 Power supply monitor handles eight supplies
Linear Technology Corp. has developed the LTC2978 power supply monitor and controller for digital management of up to eight 0V to 6V power supplies.
2004-10-07 Philips smart card chip passes security certification
Royal Philips Electronics has disclosed that its chip solution for e-government applications received the Common Criteria (CC) EAL5+ certification for a triple interface smart card controller.
2002-07-24 Philips multiplexed EEPROMs target I2C, SMBus apps
Royal Philips Electronics has introduced a family of multiplexed EEPROMs that target I2C and SMBus applications.
2014-10-27 Perform position encoding in battery-powered apps
Find out how position measurements using ULP 1-chip Hall encoders can be performed efficiently with direct battery operation or even during power failure.
2008-01-30 PCIe peripheral controller promises flexible connectivity
MosChip Semiconductor Technology has introduced a single-chip, single-lane PCIe peripheral controller with support for serial, parallel, ISA and USB interfaces.
2000-06-07 Optimizing Serial Bus Operations with Proper Write Cycle Times
This application note demonstrates how to maximize the total bus operation of Serial EEPROMs as determined by the following three main elements: number of bytes to load for each write operation, bus clock speed at which the write operation is loaded, and fixed internal write cycle timer required for the programming operation.
2014-12-29 Optimise system energy consumption with MRAM
Find out whether the fast-write and power-up-to-write times for MRAM can significantly reduce total system energy consumption compared to either EEPROM or Flash.
2004-02-06 Nu Horizons, ISSI extend distribution partnership
Nu Horizons Electronics and ISSI have announced the expansion of their product service and distribution agreement to extend beyond the scope of North America.
2012-02-08 Nonvolatile memory claims lowest energy consumption
The FM25P16 uses 1/1,000th the energy of EEPROM devices, while delivering fast read/write performance and virtually unlimited endurance.
2007-01-31 Non-volatile memory suits security, DRM apps
Virage Logic's next-gen embedded non-volatile memory called NOVeA provides a multiprogrammable embedded memory that the company says is key in applications requiring sophisticated security and DRM capabilities.
2012-11-07 NFC interface chip draws power from RF emissions
The AS3953 Near Field Communications interface Chip operates on energy harvested from an NFC reader's RF emissions, requiring no external power source and utilising only one external component.
2001-06-07 New features of the X25057 and X25097
This application note discusses the new features of the X25057 and X25097 EEPROM.
2005-05-27 NAND flash was 2004's hottest chip sector, says Semico
NAND flash memory was the fastest-growing of any semiconductor market in 2004 according to Semico Research Corp.
2003-12-01 MSO resolves clocking issues in serial bus system debugging
MSO solves the difficult problem of triggering on the specific protocol conditions encountered when one uses a separate logic analyzer and oscilloscope.
2006-10-16 MRAM joins memory market
With comparative advantages over other memory options, magnetoresistive RAM is expected to be the 'universal memory' of the future.
2002-06-11 Motorola adopts Cadence AMS Designer for next-gen SoC designs
Cadence Design Systems Inc. has signed an agreement with Motorola to provide the latter's Semiconductor Products Sector division with the Cadence AMS Designer simulation tool suite, which will be used for next-generation SoC designs.
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