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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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2005-06-16 Interfacing SPI serial EEPROMs to Microchip PICmicro microcontrollers
This app note provides assistance and source code to ease the design process of interfacing a Microchip mid-range PIC16F877 microcontroller to a Microchip SPI serial EEPROM
2008-05-28 Interfacing multiple CAT24WCXX serial EEPROMs on the I?C bus
This application note by Denisa Stefan presents I?2C bus device addressing solutions and addresses in particular the issues raised by the parallel programming of multiple CAT24WCXX serial EEPROMs from Catalyst Semi.
2008-12-04 Interfacing mid-range PIC MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible 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-compatible 11XXXXX family of serial EEPROM devices, with the aid of a hardware timer.
2000-06-08 Interfacing Microchip Serial EEPROMs to Motorola 68HC11 Microcontroller
This application note shows how to interface Microchip Technology's family of Serial EEPROMs with Motorola's 68HC11 microcontroller. Microchip has written a 68HC11 assembly code to communicate with its two- and three-wire parts that are verified and tested to function properly. There are 13 programs written for inclusion in this application note.
2005-06-16 Interfacing I
This app note illustrate the main characteristics of I2 communications with Microchip's 24XXX series serial EEPROM devices, focusing specifically on the 24LCXXB devices
2008-05-01 Interfacing baseline PIC MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provide source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort.
2000-08-29 Interfacing AT93CXX serial EEPROMs with AT89CX051 microcontrollers
This application note presents a suite of software routines that may be incorporated into a user's application to allow AT89CX051 microcontrollers to read and write AT93CXX serial EEPROMs.
2000-08-29 Interfacing AT25XXX serial EEPROMs with AT89CXX microcontrollers
This application note presents a suite of software routines that may be incorporated into a user's application to allow AT89CXX microcontrollers to read from and write to AT25XXX serial EEPROMs.
2000-06-07 Interfacing 93CX6 Serial EEPROMs to PIC16C5X Microcontrollers
This application note is intended for design engineers who wish to incorporate a pre-packaged serial EEPROM interface driver into their application.
2008-06-25 Interfacing 8051 MCUs with SPI serial EEPROMs
This application note offers designers a set of examples for the read and write functions for the
2008-06-25 Interfacing 8051 MCUs with I?C serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provides source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort.
2000-08-28 Interfacing 24CXX serial EEPROMs
This application note presents a suite of software routines that may be incorporated into a user's application to allow an AT89CX051 microcontroller to read and write AT24CXX serial EEPROMs.
2001-06-12 Interfacing 2-wire serial memories to Hitachi H8/3000 microcontrollers
This application note demonstrates how the Xicor X24165/645 family of serial EEPROMs can be interfaced to the Hitachi H8/3000 microcontroller family.
2001-06-12 Interface software for Xicor SPI serial memories
This application note describes a unique implementation for the Xicor X9241 Digitally Controlled Potentiometers (XDCPs) in a process control or process monitoring environment.
2005-06-17 Interface I
This app note serves as a reference for manually communicating with Microchip's 24LCXXB serial EEPROM devices, that is, without relying on a hardware serial port to handle the I2C operations
2005-06-17 Interface I
This app note is intended to serve as a reference for manually communicating with Microchip's 24LCXXB serial EEPROM devices; that is, without relying on a hardware serial port to handle the I2C operations
2002-05-10 Intel StrataFlash memory technology
This application note introduces the function of Intel's StrataFlash memory technology.
2005-11-01 Integrate flash device programming, reduce cost
Flash memory devices offer high density and low cost to engineers who seek devices that are easy to program and erase.
2008-02-12 Infineon intros security MCUs for M2M apps
Infineon Technologies has announced a new family of security MCUs targeting the growing market of M2M communication for various applications.
2011-02-17 I2C bus interface 3 reception in single-master mode
Here's an example of reading data from EEPROM using the SH7262/SH7264 microcomputers I2C bus interface 3 reception in single-master mode.
2015-01-29 How to secure the Internet of Things (Part 2)
In Part 2 of this series, we will focus on a secure boot, which is the root of trust and the cornerstone of an electronic device's trustworthiness.
2005-08-18 How to integrate Flash device programming and reduce costs
Flash memory devices offer great value to engineers who seek high-density, low-cost memory devices that are easy to program and erase.
2008-07-18 High-quality LCD display driver targets handsets
Leadis Technology Inc. has shipped its first 1 million units of the LDS342, a QVGA LTPS LCD display driver for the Nokia E71 mobile phones.
2008-06-02 Gain from non-volatile memory in flash-based MCUs
In the past, many MCUs would use ROM or UV-erasable EPROM to store program instructions. But increasingly, MCUs turn to flash technologies for code storage. The main reason for choosing flash memory is that it can be erased and updated if errors are found in the program code.
2002-08-16 Fujitsu Micro rushes wafer fab sale to Microchip
Fujitsu Microelectronics Inc. has exercised its option to accelerate the closing of the sale of its Gresham wafer fabrication facility to Microchip Technology Inc.
2007-02-23 Freescale unrolls low-end MCU with 16KB flash
Offering 16Kbytes of flash memory, Freescale's highly integrated QC16 MCU is suitable for low-end consumer and industrial applications.
2012-03-06 FRAMs operate from 3-5.5V
The Fujitsu V series FRAMs boast 10 years data retention at 85C, targeting both consumer and industrial applications.
2009-06-18 FRAM provides up to 45 years data retention
Ramtron International Corp. has released the FM24CL32 serial non-volatile RAM that offers high-speed read/write performance, low voltage operation and superior data retention.
2000-02-14 Floating Gate Memory Arrays
This application note reviews the nature of Data Retention, and presents approaches to its specification and verification based upon procedures defined in the IEEE P1005 Standard for Definitions and the IEEE Symbols and Characteristics of Floating Gate Memory Arrays.
2015-08-17 Flash Memory Summit paints SSD, flash future
During the event, Mike Jadon, CEO of Radian Memory Systems, revealed his company's Symphonic software that aims to replace the FTL code originally written in 1988 by Robert Norman of SanDisk.
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