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Semiconductor Memories 3

Semiconductor Memories 3

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0 SEMICONDUCTOR MEMORIES
1Kenneth R. Laker, University of Pennsylvania
 
Kenneth R. Laker, University of Pennsylvania2
Semiconductor Memories
Read-only Memory (ROM)Read/Write (R/W) Memoryor Random Access Memory (ROM)1. Mask programmed2. Programmable ROM (PROM)b. Fuse ROMa. Erasable PROM (EPROM)c. Electrically Erasable PROM(EEPROM)d. Flash Memorye. Ferroelectric RAM (FRAM)Static RAM Dynamic RAM(SRAM) (DRAM)
 
DRAM SRAM UV EPROM EEPROM FLASH FRAM
Data volatilityYes Yes No No No NoData Refresh OpRequired No No No No NoCell Structure1T-1C 6T 1T 2T 1T (2 G) 1T-1CCell DensityHigh Low High Low High HighPower ConsmHigh High/low High Low Low HighRead Speed 
50ns
10/70ns
50ns
50ns
50ns
100nsWrite Speed 
40ns
5/40ns
10
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5ms
10
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100nsCost per BitLow High Low High Low LowApplication ExMain Cashe/PDAs Game ID Card Memory SmartMemory Machines Card, Card,Solid-State DigitalDisk Camera
MEMORY DEVICE CHARACTERISTICS
Kenneth R. Laker, University of Pennsylvania3

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