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What works with erasable programmable read-only memory
Erasible Programmable Read-Only Memory or EPROM, is a computer memory chip that retains data even after a power failure - that is, non-volatile (non-volatile). It is a set of floating-gate transistors that are programmed separately by an electronic device that provides higher voltage than is commonly used in electronic circuits. Once the program is complete, the EPROM can only be erased by intense ultraviolet radiation. Specifically, ROMs are generally used for small fixed storage purposes, such as game cards, general electronic product programs are stored in ROM, but EPROM storage is needed for less frequent changes, such as BIOS programs on computers, which are often rewritten in RAM (read-access momery readable and write memory), such as memory. Structure of cascade gate injection MOS tube. When the floating grid Gf is not charged, the normal logical high level added to the control grid Gc can make the MOS tube conductive. When a negative charge is charged on the floating grid, a normal logical high level is added to the control grid and the MOS tube is not conductive, which is equivalent to not having this storage element connected. Programming uses a high voltage between the drain and the source to generate avalanche breakdown, while adding a high voltage pulse to the control grid, some energetic electrons pass through the SiO2 layer to the floating grid, forming a charge charge charge. When erasing is required, the transparent window on the EPROM surface can be exposed to a certain intensity of ultraviolet light, and the charge on the floating grid can be leaked after 15-20 minutes. Usually, the transparent window should be closed and shaded to ensure that the charge on the floating grid is stored for a long time. This EPROM erased with ultraviolet light is also called UVEPROM. In addition, there is an EPROM that is erased by the voltage signal, also known as EEPROM (or EPROM). The stacked MOS tube is also used in its storage unit, and the reverse high voltage pulse is applied on the control grid when erasing. Because data in EPROM can be modified, it is particularly suitable for making read-only memory in which data needs to be modified.
What are the components of erasable programmable read-only memory
Erasible Programmable Read-Only Memory or EPROM, is a computer memory chip that retains data even after a power failure - that is, non-volatile (non-volatile). It is a set of floating-gate transistors that are programmed separately by an electronic device that provides higher voltage than is commonly used in electronic circuits. Once the program is complete, the EPROM can only be erased by intense ultraviolet radiation. EPROM is easily identified by a transparent window with silicon visible at the top of the package, which is also used for UV erasing. Erasible Programmable Read-Only Memory (EPROM) is a RAM memory that can be erased and reprogrammed. It must be erased by illuminating the transparent window on its IC card with ultraviolet light before writing. This type of chip is easier to recognize and contains a "quartz glass window" in its package. A programmed EPROM chip's "quartz glass window" is usually covered with black sticker paper to prevent direct sunlight. The contents of the EPROM can be erased and rewritten by special means. The basic unit circuit (storage cell) of the device usually uses floating gate avalanche injection MOS circuit, referred to as FAMOS for short. Similar to MOS circuits, two P-type regions with high concentration are grown on N-type substrates, and the source S and drain D are separately induced by ohmic contact. There is a polycrystalline silicon grid floating in the SiO2 insulation layer between the source and the drain, with no direct electrical connection around it. This circuit represents memory 1 or 0 by whether the floating grid is charged or not. When the floating grid is charged (for example, a negative charge), just below it, a positive conduction channel is induced between the source and the drain, which makes the MOS tube conductive, that is, memory 0. If the floating grid is not charged, no conductive channel is formed and the MOS tube is not conductive, i.e. stored in 1.
What are the performance characteristics of memory to understand
memorizer is an electronic device that uses semiconductors, memorizer media and other technologies to store data. Memory unit is actually a kind of sequential logic integrated circuit. They can be divided into read-only memory (ROM) and random access memory (RAM) according to the type of memory used. They have different functions and therefore different descriptions. Semiconductor devices and magnetic materials are the main storage media for memory. The smallest unit of storage in a memory is a bistable semiconductor circuit or a CMOS transistor or magnetic material that stores a binary code. A storage unit consists of several storage units, and then a storage unit consists of many storage units. The memory of a computer can be divided into memory and external memory. Memory stores are frequently used by computers during program execution and are directly accessible during an instruction cycle. External memory requires a computer to read information from an external storage device such as a tape or disk. There are many types of memory. Random access memory (RAM) is used as a high-speed temporary memory during computation. Data can be stored, read, and replaced with new data in RAM. RAM is available when the computer is running. It contains information placed where the computer is dealing with the problem at the moment. Most RAM is "unstable", which means that information will be lost when the computer is shut down. Read-only memory (ROM) is stable. It is used to store the set of instructions a computer needs when necessary. External memory is used to store images that are not acquired in real-time imaging tasks and has different levels of separation from computers. Images that have been diagnosed are usually stored for many years for legal purposes. These images are called "archives" (such as tapes), and they must be reinstalled on your computer to retrieve information.Images on hard drives are physically installed on your computer and can be accessed in milliseconds.