Synchronous+dual port=simpler, faster designs

Dipert, Brian; Granville, Fran
April 1997
EDN;04/24/97, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
Introduces Integrated Device Technology's 709xxx series of static random access memory that are designed for high-performance networking, telecommunication graphics and multimedia applications. Maximum voltage required by the chips; Suggested retail price; Design specifications.


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