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F-RAM vs. BBSRAM: Functional and System Design Comparisons

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Today's technological innovation demands high performance coupled with low environmental impact. These dual requirements are driving components of the semiconductor industry which informs many global businesses and consumer lives. When considering system designs using semiconductor memory technologies, engineers have options including, but not limited to: battery backed static random access memory (BBSRAM); nonvolatile SRAM; ferroelectric random access memory (F-RAM); as well as other noVRAM technologies. It is the specific design considerations in each application - from factory automation and telecom to metering and medical technology - that determine the most appropriate memory choice.

Tags : f-ram, bbsram, random access memory, ram, novram, ecopack, electronics, semiconductor, memory, ramtron, system on a chip, electronic test and measurement, embedded design, boards & modules, embedded systems and networking, integrated circuits and semiconductors
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Published:  Nov 11, 2009
Length:  10
Type:  White Paper