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High-speed SRAMs

24 July 2013 DSP, Micros & Memory

Alliance Memory has expanded its line of legacy high-speed CMOS SRAMs with two new 16 Mb ICs. Featuring fast access times of 10 ns, the AS7C316096A (2048K x 8) and AS7C316098A (1024K x 16) are both offered in the 48-pin, 12 by 20 mm TSOP-1 package. In addition, the AS7C316098A is available in the 48-ball, 6 by 8 mm TFBGA package.

The devices provide reliable drop-in, pin-for-pin-compatible replacements for a number of similar solutions in communications, industrial, automotive and medical applications requiring fast access times. They provide low power consumption with operating currents of 90 mA typical and standby currents of 4 mA typical. They operate from a single power supply of 3,3 V, and all inputs and outputs are fully TTL-compatible.

The SRAMs are fabricated using very high-performance, high-reliability CMOS technology, and their current is stable within the operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C. They offer fully static operation and tri-state output, and feature a data retention voltage of 1,5 V minimum.



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