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VAMSI kumar SRAMfinal

VAMSI kumar SRAMfinal

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GATE WAY TO SRAM GATE WAY TO SRAM 
(STATIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY)(STATIC RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY)
BY,P. VAMSIKUMAR,REGD NO:122120130MTECH(VLSI)
 
CONTENTS CONTENTS 
Classification of Memory arraysClassification of Memory arraysRamRamIntroductionIntroductionOperation of SRAM CELLOperation of SRAM CELLDifferent states of SRAMDifferent states of SRAMAdvantages and disadvantages of SRAMAdvantages and disadvantages of SRAMApplicationsApplicationsTop spice implementation and O/P waveformsTop spice implementation and O/P waveformsConclusionConclusionReferencesReferences
 
RAM
Robert Dennard was the inventor of RAM:Random Access Memory, the device waspatented in 1968 by Dennard.which functions as the computer's primaryworkspace. The "random" in RAM means thatthe contents of each byte can be directlyaccessed without regard to the bytes before or after it.This is also true of other Volatile RAM chipsrequire power to maintain their data, which iswhy you must save your data onto disk beforeyou turn the computer off.

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