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What's the biggest serial memory?
Have been using 32kb Ramtron chips.
Needs 500kb and maybe more (lots of chips...).
Uses a H8S2357 - using a parallell memory would waste a lot of pins and adds EMC.
What's the normal route when more memory is needed?

Ronny

Re: Large serial memory
EEPROM or Flash right?

Atmel has a few so-8 serial flash chips at 4mbit and 8 mbit. Same as the
parallel chips, except with the parallel ios left disconnected as far as I
could tell.

Brett

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adds EMC.



Re: Large serial memory
Atmel do some large devices in their serialflash range - I think SST and
SGS-Thomson also do
equivalent parts.

On 26 Jun 2003 10:01:30 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (Ronny Svensson) wrote:

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EMC.
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SGS-Thomson also do
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Atmel makes 4 megabits serial flash.

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EMC.
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Compact flash, 4G Bytes or 32G bits.

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adds EMC.

I think some of the serial page flash from toshiba goes up to 512mb.

Ralph



Re: Large serial memory
Thanks!

Ronny

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