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What is ROM?
Read-only memory (ROM) is a class of storage media used in computers and other electronic devices. Data stored in ROM cannot be modified (at least not quickly/easily), and it is therefore mainly used to distribute firmware.
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2006-05-26 GPS baseband IC features weak-signal tracking
Atmel Corp. and u-Blox AG offer a baseband IC with SuperSense GPS weak-signal tracking software included in its ROM.
2002-04-09 GMT LDO regulator sources 300mA
The G901 LDO voltage regulator IC can source 300mA of output current with a dropout voltage of 0.45V (typ.), making it suitable for PC equipment such as CD-ROM drives, modems, mouse, keyboards, and LAN hubs.
2002-11-07 Fujitsu, STMicro develop smart card that eliminates RAM
STMicrolectronics' and Fujitsu's ST19ZR01 contactless smart card IC integrates an FRAM and a ROM, eliminating the need for RAM.
2012-10-18 Fujitsu's FRAM ready to operate in wide voltage range
The MB85RC256V combines the non-volatile data memory characteristic of ROM with the advantages of RAM, featuring infinite read/write times, fast read/write cycles and low-power consumption as well.
2002-10-24 Fujitsu MCUs provide two FULL-CAN interfaces
Fujitsu Microelectronics' MB90340 series of 16-bit MCUs provide up to two FULL-CAN interfaces and up to 384KB of Flash ROM for automotive apps.
2009-03-05 Fourth-gen MCUs achieve up to 100MHz
Luminary Micro Inc. has provided details of its fourth generation family of Stellaris MCUs. These products provide faster ARM Cortex-M3 speed options up to 125DMIPS (100MHz), incorporation of the ARM Cortex-M3 R2P0 low power core and extended on-chip software in ROM.
2003-11-06 Flash maker eMemory gaining foundry converts
A little-known flash maker is quickly winning over foundries, DRAM makers and IDMs with an embedded, nonvolatile memory it says is cheaper, more flexible and more easily scalable than ROM, EPROM and Flash.
2003-03-10 Determining the Processor ID of the DSP16210 and the DSP16410 with C Code.
This application note outlines how to determine the processor ID of the DSP16210 and DSP16410 by accessing the internal ROM locations from within the C source code.
2002-02-25 Design for testability: Using emulation-based ATE
This application note describes how ROM-emulation-based ATE can provide additional test capability for many normally difficult-to-test microprocessor designs.
2005-10-12 CSR's BlueCore enables MP3 streaming in Samsung handsets
CSR plc of the UK has announced that Samsung has selected its BlueCore silicon and software stack for Bluetooth connectivity in Samsung's GSM handsets. The SGH-E750 and SGH-E760 use BlueCore3-ROM and proprietary software to offer connectivity with other Bluetooth devices. The handsets are also capable of streaming MP3 music via Bluetooth to the latest line of Bluetooth stereo headsets such as the SBH100 from Samsung. The SBH100 headset also uses BlueCore and enables handsfree voice calls.
2007-09-19 CSR Wi-Fi, Bluetooth tech powers Mio GPS PDA phone
CSR has announced that its UniFi-1 Portable for Wi-Fi and BlueCore4-ROM for Bluetooth technologies have been selected by a GPS maker Mio Technology for the latter's new quad-band GPS PDA phone.
2005-10-24 CSR offers Bluetooth to Grundig handsets
CSR plc confirmed that its BlueCore3-ROM silicon has been selected by Grundig mobile to Bluetooth-enable one of the company's first mobile handsets.
2007-09-10 CSR fields new Bluetooth chips for handsets, headsets
CSR has launched its sixth generation of BlueCore silicon for Bluetooththe BC6-ROM chip for handset applications and the BC6-Audio-ROM for headset applications.
2007-12-05 CSR brings Bluetooth to Ford cars
CSR says that its BlueCore4-ROM Bluetooth silicon features in Ford's in-car communications and entertainment system called SYNC.
2000-11-30 COP8 Flash ISP handbookParallel port programming adapter
This application note describes the construction of an inexpensive programming adapter, which programs the COP8 Flash microcontrollers, and demonstrates the simplicity of interfacing and using the MICROWIRE ISP boot ROM firmware.
2008-07-10 Bluetooth v.2.1 chip gears up for automotive
CSR announced that it has enhanced its BlueCore4-ROM Plug-n-Go automotive Bluetooth silicon with Bluetooth v.2.1 functionality.
2004-06-25 Atmel develops MCU for EMV 2000
The new AT90SC6404R secureAVR microcontroller unit from Atmel has 64K ROM, 4K EEPROM and 2K RAM.
2001-10-04 Applying the AN10E40 stand alone operation: Self booting from a serial PROM
This application note discusses two BFR (Boot From ROM) mode connection schemes of the AN10E40 that are essential to support self-boot from an external nonvolatile memory device.
2002-04-24 Adtron integrates two HDDs into 6U CPCI card
Designed for telecom and industrial control systems, the SC6 SCSI mass storage subsystem from Adtron Corp. integrates a SCSI controller, boot BIOS ROM, and two hot-swappable HDDs in RAID mirror configuration into a 6U CPCI plug-in card.
2007-02-05 A/D conversion control of the 7542 group
The function of the A/D conversion in this article is applied to MCUs of the 7542 group with 8MHz oscillation frequency, 32Kbytes ROM and 1Kbyte RAM.
2005-04-28 8-bit MCU with 17 I/O ports
Expanding its portfolio of VFD 8-bit MCUs, Holtek released a new type of Mask ROM MCU device with a program memory capacity of 2K and data memory capacity of 96 bytes.
2005-03-18 32bit MCU line targets network-enabled appliances
The MB9140x series of 32bit MCUs from FMA pack a full range of networking security features, on-board ROM and RAM, and support for IPv6, the next-gen Internet protocol.
2013-08-02 1T-OTP memory IP targets advanced process chip design
Sidense SHF 1T-OTP uses include code storage, field-programmable ROM replacement, secure encryption key storage, configuration, fuse replacement, trimming and calibration.
2002-07-17 Zoran samples sixth-generation DVD SoC
Zoran Corp. has announced that it is sampling its sixth-generation Vaddis DVD SoC, which integrates DVD front-end servo system with back-end MPEG decoding functions.
2004-03-02 Zilog, CMX offer "off-the-shelf" TCP/IP connectivity
Zilog and CMX Systems have announced the availability of the CMX-MicroNet TCP/IP stack and the CMX-RTX RTOS ported to the Zilog eZ80Acclaim!.
2005-11-22 ZiLOG's new Crimzon MCU offers on-chip "learning" capability
ZiLOG's ZLP12840 Crimzon MCU family offers an 'on-chip' ability to learn codes from other infrared remote controls via a learning circuit.
2004-11-23 Zilog MCU offers improved costs, power efficiency
Zilog released a new family of microcontrollers that promises to achieve significant improvements in cost and power efficiency.
2007-09-21 Zilog breaks into 32bit market with Zatara SoC
Zilog is now focusing on newly developed 32bit ARM-secured transaction products for POS applications, particularly the Zatara 32bit SoC designed for high-end applications requiring encryption.
2005-07-07 ZiLOG attacks IR remote control market with its new 8bit MCUs
ZiLOG disclosed it is adding two new series of devices specifically targeted at low-cost infrared applications.
2002-03-07 Zenocom to use CSR BlueCore for Bluetooth modules
South Korea-based WLAN and Bluetooth solutions company Zenocom, has selected CSR's single-chip Bluetooth solution named BlueCore for its latest Bluetooth Class 1 module called the BlueLink01.
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