Choosing the right synchronous SRAM for your application
Synchronous static random access memory (SRAM) plays a key role in high-bandwidth systems for applications like data buffers. In order to get the best results from their system, designers need to take into account factors like density, latency, speed, read/write ratio, and power before choosing their synchronous SRAM. Flow-through (FT) or pipelined (PL)? Linear or interleaved burst modes? Single-cycle deselect (SCD) and double-cycle deselect (DCD)? In "Choosing the right synchronous SRAM for your application,"
Jayasree Nayar of Cypress Semiconductor tells you what you need to know to ensure your design will operate the way you want.