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Uffe
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re: Choosing the right synchronous SRAM for your application
Uffe   12/19/2012 8:27:55 AM
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SRAM used to stand for Static RAM , while the article describes SDRAM Regards Ulf

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re: Choosing the right synchronous SRAM for your application
njy   3/13/2012 11:02:01 PM
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Hi Maj, This is not a typo. QDR SRAM have Double data rate interface on the read and write ports. regards Jayasree

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digital_dreamer   3/8/2012 10:39:34 PM
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Thanks for this information. In Table 3, you have "Double" data rate listed for the QDR RAM columns. Is this a typo? MAJ

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Kristin Lewotsky   3/6/2012 10:44:53 PM
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Hi Subra, I'm glad you found the article useful. Click on table 3 and an enlarged version will appear. If you have any problems getting this to work, please let me know. Kristin

Subra0
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re: Choosing the right synchronous SRAM for your application
Subra0   3/6/2012 6:48:40 AM
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Nice, Informative article. Can we have a more readable Table 3, Please ?



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