The Role of EEPROM Devices in Upcoming ISDN Applications
Technical rept. 1990-1991
ARMY LAB COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH NJ ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY AND DEVICES LAB
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Integrated Services Digital Network ISDN equipments are rapidly becoming a major market for semiconductor chips. Although at first glance this growing market appears to be geared at logic chips, nonvolatile memories represent important support chips and will become a significant segment of this market. Challenges in these applications consist in operating EEPROMs at lower voltages and lower power and embedding them on ever more complex communications processor chips.
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