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Flash Device

Mon, 07/23/2001 - 5:13am
Micron Technology announced sample availability of the industry's lowest voltage 32 Mbit wireless flash component. Micron's 32 Mbit device supports various operating modes including page and burst, while operating with a power supply as low as 1.425 V.

Micron is the first memory manufacturer to produce a 32 Mbit read-while-write Burst/Page Flash device operating at 1.5V. This device (MT28F322D15FH) is specifically designed for mobile phones, meeting the performance and low power needs of next generation mobile phone platforms.

Offering dual-bank architecture, Micron's 32 Mbit Burst/Page flash device allows for simultaneous read-while-write operation. It operates with nominal supply voltage of 1.5 V ± five-percent (1.425 V minimum and 1.575 V maximum), with an extended input/output voltage range of 1.65 V to 1.95 V, thus allowing a direct interface with other devices in the system unable to operate at a lower voltage. This 32 Mbit device is organized as a 2 Mbit × 16 and is manufactured on Micron's 0.18-micron process technology. Other features include an asynchronous access time of 100 nanoseconds (ns), a page access time of 30 ns and a 25 ns burst rate when used in burst mode; a 58-ball (MT28F322D15FH) FBGA package with 0.75 pitch; an extended temperature range; and a one-time-programmable (OTP) area to accommodate security codes.

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