Ferroelectric RAM

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Ferroelectric RAM (FRAM) is finding its way into more applications, because of its instant non-volatility, low operating power, fast write speed, and high endurance.
Well, the group of researchers from America and the Netherlands who developed the WISP5 sensor attribute the platform's success and its ability to operate at such infinitesimally small packets of energy to the use of a ferroelectric RAM module.
This particular chip uses 64KB of FRAM (Ferroelectric RAM) to store data along with 2KB of conventional DRAM.
From the CDHS device configuration table, external ferroelectric RAM (FRAM), Flash memories, SPI RTC, and microcontroller internal peripherals can be enabled or disabled individually.
Chang, "Fabrication of one-transistor-capacitor structure of nonvolatile TFT ferroelectric RAM devices using Ba([Z.sub.r0.1][Ti.sub.0.9])[O.sub.3] gated oxide film," IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, vol.
The device provides 32 Kbytes of nonvolatile ferroelectric RAM (F-RAM) that stores event data, and 24 Kbytes of F-RAM that a design can use to store other information or additional event data.