memory core

memory core

[′mem·rē ‚kȯr]
(electronics)
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* A power supply voltage range from 2.7 to 3.6 V (memory core), and
Certainly, machinery endowed with artificial intelligence does not have to be robotic; it may be like HAL in 2001: A Space Odyssey, and reside within a computer's memory core, or be part of a networked set of computers.
Blossom Creek Memory Core, 1740 Madison St., Wenatchee; assisted living community.
There is no reproduction as units are formed biologically and initial stimulation of the chemical unit begins with the implantation of the memory core.
[4] FCRAM (Fast Cycle RAM): A next generation memory core technology, independently developed by Fujitsu.
The choice of rows and columns to repair depends on the memory size, the ratio of the memory core area to its total area, and the process defect history.
National Instruments has announced two 200 MS/s modular instruments that are based on the company's Synchronization and Memory Core (SMC).
The new ISL6532A dual DDR memory controller regulates DDR memory core (VDDQ), DDR memory termination bus (VTT), and chipset core or Advanced Graphics Port (AGP) power.
In order to ensure high yield, the companies will offer Built-In-Self-Test (BIST) to enable testing of the memory core without a separate memory tester, and Failure Analysis of defective cells.
Through the project, the two companies developed technology for forming, processing and evaluating a new ferroelectric (PZT)[3] film and created FRAM memory core process technology that is highly integrated (four times the level of conventional FRAM), features high performance (read/write speeds over three times faster than conventional FRAM) and boasts outstanding reliability (capable of more than one hundred trillion read/write cycles).
The module is built on the Synchronization and Memory Core (SMC) architecture for synchronization with other SMC-based products such as high-speed digitizers, arbitrary waveform generators, and digital waveform generator/analyzers.
The high-resolution digitizer, arbitrary waveform generator, and digital waveform generators/analyzers are built on Synchronization and Memory Core architecture for mixed-signal instrument modules.