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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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2003-06-20 SST's MTP Products: A Superior Alternative to EPROM and Low Functionality Flash
This application note describes the feature and benefits of Silicon Storage Technology's MTP products and how they can be used in existing UV-EPROM, OTP and Flash designs.
2001-08-23 SST's MTP products a superior alternative to EPROM and low functionality Flash
This application note describes the features and benefits of SST's MTP (many-time programmable) products and how they can be used in existing UV-EPROM, OTP (one-time programmable), and Flash designs.
2002-11-20 Programming 1-Wire EPROM and EEPROM Memory Devices Using a PC
This application discusses how to program the DS243x series EEPROM and DS250x EPROM devises in a PC-based environment.
2001-05-04 Interfacing a TMS320C2x, 'C2xx, or 'C5x DSP to an 8bit boot EPROM
This application note describes how to interface a TMS320C2x, TMS320C2xx or TMS320C5x DSP to an 8-bit boot EPROM.
2010-08-13 IC market looking good except for ROM, EPROM
The near future looks bright for the semiconductor industry this year, save for ROM and EPROM which IC Insights says will decline. DRAM category looks most promising with a 79 percent growth projection from the firm.
2006-06-09 1,024bit EPROM runs on as low as 2.2V
Dallas Semi has introduced the DS25LV02, a 1,024bit EPROM designed to operate from supply voltages as low as 2.2V.
2000-09-06 The benefits of Atmel's RAPID programming algorithm
This application note details the Atmel RAPID programming algorithm and briefly explains why this algorithm is superior to others. In addition, it will give an introduction to EPROM technology and the mechanics of programming.
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.
2003-01-03 STMicro ROMs to replace direct mask ROMs
STMicroelectronics has introduced its line of FlexibleROM exlectrically programmable ROMs in 16-, 32-, and 64Mb densities, which is targeted as drop-in replacements for direct mask ROMs for basic code storage applications including consumer products, office automation equipment, and computer peripherals.
2005-05-25 ST considering sale of memory business, says report
STMicroelectronics NV is considering selling its memory business, according to reports.
2002-07-01 Software friendly hardware for embedded systems
Know some of potent solutions dealing with problems embedded programmers face from designing hardware interface concepts.
2002-05-10 Quick upgrade from the 80C186XL to the 80C186EA
This application note highlights the features and benefits of the 80C186EA device and illustrates how easy it is to upgrade an existing standard 80C186XL application to the 80C186EA.
2001-09-28 Programming a 2MB SSD using EPROMs
This application note discusses the equipment needed to program an EPROM Solid State Disk (SSD) on each cpuModule and lists a step-by-step procedure for doing so.
2004-08-02 Kilopass signs design service provider to use its memory IP
Kilopass Technology Inc., a start-up company developing embedded memory intellectual property, has signed up a Taiwanese SoC design company called Global UniChip Corp., to make use of its embedded nonvolatile memory called XPM.
1999-12-18 Introduction to ISSI's instant voice ROM products
Instant Voice ROMs, IVRs, are specialty devices for storing and playing sound. IVRs utilize the company's EPROM technology together with sound synthesis and D/A technology to make instant sound storing and playing possible. The ISSI IVR products contain an EPROM, ADPCM sound decoder, and an A/D circuit. Users first prepare an 8bit PCM sound file and then use the ISSI IVR development system to do the ADPCM encoding. The encoded data is programmed into a IVR device by using our IVR writer. This application note discusses the IVRs in detail.
2000-09-06 Interfacing Atmel LV/BV EPROMs on a mixed 3V/5V data bus
This application note describes each problem in interfacing Atmel's low-voltage (LV/BV) EPROMs on a mixed 3V/5V data bus, along with recommended solutions and analyzes the associated trade-offs.
2004-03-12 Intel exec considers what comes after flash
Flash memory, in its EPROM tunnel oxide (ETOX) and NAND variants, still has more than five years as the key mainstream nonvolatile memory, but the race is on to find the memory technology that can scale to sub-45nm manufacturing processes, according to Stefan Lai, VP of the technology and manufacturing group at Intel Corp.
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.
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.
2002-05-10 H8/330 parallel-to-parallel print buffer controller
This application note examines the usage of several on-chip peripherals, I/O ports and interrupt systems operating as a parallel-to-parallel print buffer controller.
2002-12-04 GPS receiver hardware design
This application note shows how to construct a complete 12-channel GPS receiver engine using the GP2000 chipset.
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.
1999-10-25 Flash memory PCI add-in card for embedded systems
The Flash memory PCI add-in card was created to demonstrate the feasibility of interfacing the Flash memory to the PCI bus in an embedded system. In such a system, Flash memory devices are used for high density and high performance storage for user code and data. This application note describes the Flash memory OCI add-in card.
2001-08-23 Features and performances of reprogrammable non-volatile byte-wide floating-gate memories
This application note compares the features and performances of major reprogrammable nonvolatile byte-wide floating gate memories, such as EEPROM, flash EEPROM, UV-EPROM and OTPEPROM.
2005-08-01 Develop a robust low-power embedded flash
A major consideration in the development of a 0.18?m embedded flash technology is how to integrate flash in existing libraries and processes
2002-08-16 Designing for EMC in vehicle electronics
This technical article discusses how noise signals from automobile electronics can be minimized with a good, working knowledge of EMC.
1999-11-04 Customer centered silicon wafer fabrication services
This application note describes the wafer fabrication service provided by IMP and how it specializes in high volume manufacturing of analog and mixed-signal process technologies.
2000-06-23 Configuring Virtex FPGAs from Parallel EPROMs with a CPLD
This application note describes a simple interface design to configure a Virtex device from a parallel EPROM using the SelectMAP configuration mode.
2002-12-02 Configuring the PDSP16256
This article gives detailed information which will allow users to determine how to interface to the PDSP16256 in order to load coefficient and control information. required performance.
2001-08-16 Closing the loop on ESD
This article updates you on the recent advances that allow you to network ESD protection products together so that crucial ESD data can be automatically acquired and analyzed.
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