Pseudo SRAM

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I am looking for what would normally by a SDRAM application except I don't
have a convenient SDRAM controller and I would like to avoid a FPGA

I started looking at Pseudo RAM which my understanding is essentially a
DRAM with a built in controller.

In my application, I would like a 16M x 8 bit device in QFP. I am also
interested in smaller sizes. I have found a number of BGA packaged devices
that are aimed at PDAs.

Any ideas?

Al Clark
Danville Signal Processing, Inc.
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Re: Pseudo SRAM
Hi, you could use a micro like the hitachi 3048 which has a built in dram
controller, although from memory I think 16M is the whole memory space so it
might be too small for you.

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