user-programmable memory

user-programmable memory

[′yü·zər prō′gram·ə·bəl ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
That portion of the internal storage of a microcomputer that is available for programs entered or loaded in by the user.
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The 12 mm Multi-Usage Wedge Transponder enables direct-on-metal mounting and features 208 bits of user-programmable memory and a password protected write capability allowing users to lock data updates to authorised parties only.

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