Standard Synchronous Burst SRAM is used in industrial electronics, instrumentation, and military applications. They are often used as data buffers (temporary storage) and can be accessed randomly through their high speed, Single Data Rate (SDR) interface. The Standard Synchronous Burst SRAM is ideal for read intensive operations due to their low latency and common I/O. Customers have a choice between Flow-through or Pipelined architectures. Flow-through parts offer lower latencies and pipelined parts offer higher operating frequencies, allowing users to select the optimal memory for their application.
|Maximum Frequency||250 MHz|
|Bus Width||x18, x36, x72|
|Package||TQFP100, BGA119, FBGA165|
|Core Voltage||2.5 V, 3.3 V|
|I/O Voltage||2.5 V, 3.3 V|