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AN5026 - Using Variable Impedance Matching with the FullFlex™ Dual Ports

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Cypress’s FullFlex™ Family of dual port SRAMs provide a Variable Impedance Matching (VIM) feature, which allows the system designer to set the I/O driver impedance to match the trace impedance without many resistors. The functionality, usage, and advantages of the Variable Impedance Matching (VIM) feature are discussed in this application note.