read cycle

read cycle

The operation of reading data from a memory or storage device.
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To improve the read cycle and reduce static power, 7T SRAM cell is designed.
Instead of painting over the old signs entirely Arnold put his name on the side of the building and kept the half that read Cycle Center.
The firm can collect relevant power quality information on an as-required basis, instead of collecting large volumes of billing and operational data from each metre on every read cycle by separating these data types.
The Ride to Read cycle fundraising event will take cyclists through five cycle routes: two 100-mile routes, 50 mile 25 mile and 5 mile family route.
On the other hand, considering that PCI requires two to 10 clocks to transmit one write cycle for one read cycle, the data transmission overhead on a PCI-based test system would increase in the neighborhood of 4% to 20% of the shift time on the UUT.
A fault code will display and no data will transfer if an error occurs during the read cycle.
The new memory configuration features a 16-bit interface instead of the conventional 8-bit wide interface, enabling twice as much data to be transferred per read cycle and reducing the time required to retrieve a page of data by approximately 50 percent.
Range -20 C +85 C Read Access Time 100 ns Read Cycle Time Write Cycle Time 150 ns Data Retention Period over 10 years Write Cycle endurance over 1010 (10 billion cycles) Package TSOP-48
Figure 1 depicts a typical timing diagram for a read cycle associated with SDR SDRAM devices.
The IOPS figures for the write cycles are synonymous with that's mentioned in the data sheet but for the read cycles, it falls way below the datasheet metrics.
According to the company, the FAS8040 delivers excellent performance and meets highly variable I/O workloads and read cycles, typical of a virtualised desktop environment.