Column Address Strobe


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Column Address Strobe

(hardware)
(CAS) A signal sent from a processor (or memory controller) to a dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) (qv) circuit to indicate that the column address lines are valid.
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The device also supports column address strobe (CAS) latency 2 and 3 (CL2 and CL3) for high-performance applications.
The new Samsung devices also meet the specifications supporting Column Address Strobe (CAS) Latency 2 and 3 for high performance applications.
With EDO, output data remains valid even when the column address strobe (CAS) goes HIGH.