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- Low cost EEPROM programmer. Xu, G.Y. // Electronics Now;Nov95, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p37
Details the construction of an EEP-1 programmer for programming of electrically-erasable programmable read-only memories (EEPROM). Circuitry operation; EEPROM type and selection; Part needed and specifications; PC board patterns. INSET: EEPROOM vs. EPROM..
- Five easy EEPROM projects. Xu, G.Y. // Electronics Now;Nov95, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p39
Discusses the construction of five EEPROM firmware projects. General procedure for creating a program; Creation of a binary file; Composition of software.
- Samsung ships SRAMs. // Electronic News;10/24/94, Vol. 40 Issue 2037, p76
Reports on Samsung Semiconductor Inc.'s sampling of its 1Mb pipelined burst SRAM.
- Simple PC smart card reader. Gueulle, Patrick // Electronic Design;7/08/96, Vol. 44 Issue 14, p113
Presents a system design for simple PC smart card reader. Securing of serial erasable programmable read-only memory; Materials needed; Layouts for the flat contacts on the card; Performing of read operations.
- Reliability keeps EEPROMs in the military. // Military & Aerospace Electronics;Feb95 Supplement, Vol. 6 Issue 2, pS86
Reports on the military market for erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM) and electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) technologies. Expected transfer to flash technology; Market share of other nonvolatile memory technologies; Growth in EEPROM market for retrofits;...
- Defense fuels parallel EEPROMs. Sewell, Kelly // Military & Aerospace Electronics;May95, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p22
Focuses on the United States military services' unique requirements for flexible, rugged and extremely reliable electronic architectures that are expected to help fuel a stable market for parallel electrically erasable programmable read-only memory (EEPROM) devices despite increasing competition...
- New connection. // Electronic News (10616624);9/4/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2081, p4
Predicts that Motorola will add a new member to its Neuron device family in 1995. The family implements Echelon Corp.'s LonWorks controller technology; Motorola's increased on-chip EEpROM to 2K; Random access memory.
- Capacity issues drive memory market. Cataldo, Anthony // Electronic News (10616624);9/11/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2082, p74
Comments on Texas Instruments' (TI) decision to spurn erasable programmable read-only memory (EPROM) manufacturing. Digital signal processing (DSP); Move away from EPROMs by Advanced Micro Devices and by National Semiconductor.
- Xicor introduces fast 64K SPI serial EEPROM chips. // Electronic News;02/10/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2154, p18
Reports on the release of Xicor's 64-kilobit SPI serial EEPROM called the X25650.