Simple DataFlash board plugs into an Arduino to provide 4Mbytes of EEPROM
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Simple DataFlash board plugs into an Arduino to provide 4Mbytes of EEPROM

This is a small board that plugs into one of the headers on an Arduino Uno or other board to provide 4Mbytes of non-volatile storage. by David Johnson-Davies: It works with either 5V or 3.3V boards, and is based on the low-cost 4Mbyte Winbond W25Q32FVSIG DataFlash chip. It is ideal for...

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Computer Memory Technology: From Ferrite Rings to FRAM
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Computer Memory Technology: From Ferrite Rings to FRAM

by Bill Marshall @ www.rs-online.com Magnetic Ferrite-Ring Core Memory When I was a lad back in 1975, I worked as a student engineer testing military aircraft computer memory modules. Looking back now, they probably represented the ultimate development of Ferromagnetic ring core...

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Increase Arduino UNO memory with ATmega2560
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Increase Arduino UNO memory with ATmega2560

An Arduino UNO Flash and RAM update with the ATmega2560 as DIL 28 variant. I love the Arduino UNO with the DIL 28 ATmega328. He is easy to replace and all my projects are equipped with it. But constantly either the flash memory, the RAM or both is too small. Therefore, I have developed...

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TS-4100 – A i.MX6 UL (UltraLite) Bases Hybrid SBC With FPGA And Programmable ZPU Core
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TS-4100 – A i.MX6 UL (UltraLite) Bases Hybrid SBC With FPGA And Programmable ZPU Core

Technologic Systems has begun testing its first i.MX6 UL (UltraLite) based board, which is also its first computer-on-module that can work as a single board computer. The footprint of 75 x 55mm TS-4100 module features a microSD slot, onboard eMMC, a micro-USB OTG port with power support,...

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Understanding Flash Memory And How It Works
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Understanding Flash Memory And How It Works

Flash memory is one of the most widely used types of non-volatile memory. NAND Flash is designed for modern file storage which replaced old disk drives. This article provides a brief understanding of how NAND Flash technology works. The basic storage component used in Flash memory is a...

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Writing to flash and EEPROM on the tinyAVR 1-series
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Writing to flash and EEPROM on the tinyAVR 1-series

Update your tinyAVR code to access memories when using 1-series tinyAVRs. Link here (PDF) On tinyAVR® 1-series devices, access to Flash memory and EEPROM has been changed from that on previous tinyAVR devices. This means that existing code for writing to Flash and EEPROM on older...

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512Gbyte embedded universal flash memory in production
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512Gbyte embedded universal flash memory in production

Samsung Electronics has begun mass production of what the company claims to be the industry’s first 512-gigabyte (GB) embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) solution for use in next-generation mobile devices. by Julien Happich  @ eenewseurope.com: The 512GB eUFS packs eight of...

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SST26WF064C – Low-voltage 64-Megabit SuperFlash® Memory Device From Microchip
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SST26WF064C – Low-voltage 64-Megabit SuperFlash® Memory Device From Microchip

Microchip introduced a new 64Mbit Serial Quad I/O™ memory device—SST26WF064C with proprietary SuperFlash® technology. The SST26WF064C writes with a single power supply of 1.65-1.95V and significantly lower power consumption. This makes it ideal for wireless, mobile, and...

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