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Add Dell 12G Server PCIe HHHL Matrix : (PDF 71.21 KB): 10/2013
Add Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18, 64-Mbit) SCSP Family Design Guide: (PDF 202.15 KB): This document provides the system designer with a set of guidelines for designing a system using Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory Stacked Chip Scale Package (SCSP) family of devices. AN-766 10/2010
Add Numonyx Flash Memory Programming Algorithm Optimizations: (PDF 38.1 KB): This application note suggests methods to help you optimize your programming algorithms for quicker Numonyx Flash Memory programming times. AN-759 10/2010
Add Migration Guide for Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18) to Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18): (PDF 348.08 KB): This application note describes the process for migrating from the Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory device (W18/W30) to the Numonyx StrataFlash wireless memory device (L18/L30). AN-753 10/2010
Add Migration Guide: Numonyx Synchronous StrataFlash Memory (K3) to Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless (L18/L30) Memory: (PDF 328.96 KB): This application note describes the process for migrating from the Numonyxâ„¢ Synchronous StrataFlash® memory device (K3/K18) to the Numonyxâ„¢ StrataFlash® wireless memory device (L18/L30). AN-754 10/2010
Add Schematic Review Checklist for Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18/L30) and Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18/W30): (PDF 181.58 KB): This document provides hardware design information for system designers using the Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18/L30) and the Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18/W30) devices. AN-783 10/2010
Add Introduction to On-Board Programming with Numonyx Flash Memory: (PDF 87.42 KB): This application note describes the strengths, limitations, programming methods, and design considerations for on-board programming of NOR Flash memory devices. AN-624 11/2010
Add Simplify Manufacturing by Using Automatic-Test-Equipment for On-Board Programming: (PDF 440.67 KB): This document describes using automatic-test-equipment (ATE) to program Numonyx NOR Flash memory components on a PCB. AN-629 11/2010
Add Designing for On-Board Programming Using the IEEE 1149.1 (JTAG) Access Port: (PDF 81.75 KB): This document provides information on an alternative on-board programming method for small form factor PCB applications using the Joint Test Action Group Test Access Port (JTAG TAP) to perform OBP. AN-630 11/2010
Add Reduce Manufacturing Costs with Numonyx Flash Memory Enhanced Factory Programming: (PDF 77.04 KB): This application note explores EFP benefits, limitations, technical concepts and shares empirical data comparing EFP on various programming systems. AN-738 11/2010
Add Designing for Successful Flash Memory Read and Verify Operations: (PDF 79.54 KB): This document provides hardware and software techniques to eliminate read and verify problems caused by VCC and GND transient voltage spikes. AN-679 12/2010
Add Improving Programming Throughput of Automated Flash Memories: (PDF 534.29 KB): Provides concepts that can be employed to accelerate programming of write-automated flash memories in manual/automated device programmers, ATE, JTAG/HSS implementations, and in-system write applications. AN-678 11/2010
Add Numonyx StrataFlash Memory J3A to J3C Migration Guide: (PDF 83.5 KB): This document provides a seamless migration path from the Numonyx StrataFlash memory (J3A) device to the Numonyx StrataFlash memory (J3C) device. AN-792 11/2010
Add Using IBIS Models to Validate Your Design: (PDF 191.24 KB): This application note explains how Input/output Buffer Information Specification (IBIS) simulation models help design engineers identify flaws in PCB layouts early in the product development cycle. AN-804 11/2010
Add Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L30) to Intel PXA255 Processor Design Guide: (PDF 277.05 KB): This application note provides information about interfacing the Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Flash Memory (L30) device to the Intel PXA250 Applications Processor, including some general concepts about interfacing to the integrated features and control signals of the L30 device. AN-805 11/2010
Add Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18) to Intel PXA270 Processor Design Guide: (PDF 297.29 KB): This application note describes interfacing the Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18) to the Intel PXA27x Processor, and discusses some general concepts involved when interfacing to the integrated features and control signals of the L18. AN-806 11/2010
Add Migration Guide for Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18, 130nm) to Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18, 90nm): (PDF 312.22 KB): This application note describes migrating from the Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18 130 nm) device to the Numonyx Wireless Flash Memory (W18 90 nm) device. AN-826 11/2010
Add M29EW Secure Datasheet Addendum : (PDF 236.83 KB): M29EW Secure Datasheet Addendum AN-308031 09/2011
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory (32, 64, and 128 Mbit) J3 v. D to J3 65nm: (PDF 200.03 KB): This document provides information to assist customer conversion from the Numonyx Embedded Memory (J3 v. D) to Numonyx Embedded Memory (J3 65nm) Single Bit per Cell (SBC) device, including a description of key hardware and software differences. AN-308038 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide (256-Mbit): Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory (J3 v. D, 130 nm) to Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (J3, 65nm) : (PDF 218.11 KB): This document describes the conversion from Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory (J3 v. D) to Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (J3-65 nm) on 65nm lithography, including an explanation of key hardware and software differences. AN-308041 11/2010
Add How to Migrate Numonyx Axcell M29EW (SBC) from Spansion S29GL Flash (32, 64-, and 128 Mbit): (PDF 373.68 KB): This application note describes how to convert a system design from Spansion S29GL (including P series and N series) Flash to Numonyx Axcell M29EW (SBC) Flash. AN-309014 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory P33 Stack 256 Mbit/256Mbit (130nm) to 512 Mbit Monolithic (65nm): (PDF 391.6 KB): This application note describes the migration from the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory P33 256 Mbit/256 Mbit 130nm device to the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory P33 512 Mbit monolithic 65nm device. AN-309015 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx Axcell P30 Flash Memory (128 Mbit, 64 Mbit) 130nm to 65nm (Single Bit per Cell): (PDF 252.4 KB): This application note describes the migration from the Numonyx Axcell P30-130nm flash memory to the Numonyx Axcell P30-65nm (SBC) flash memory. AN-309042 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx Axcell P33 Flash Memory (128 Mbit, 64 Mbit) 130nm to 65nm SBC: (PDF 251.17 KB): This application note describes the migration from the Numonyx Axcell P33-130nm flash memory to the Numonyx Axcell P33-65nm (SBC) flash memory. AN-309043 11/2010
Add Convesion Guide: Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory P30 Stack 256 Mbit/256 Mbit (130nm) to 512 Mbit Monolithic (65nm): (PDF 406.12 KB): This application note describes the migration from the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory P30 256-Mbit/256-Mbit 130nm device to the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory P30 512-Mbit monolithic 65nm device. AN-309044 11/2010
Add How to operate Power Loss Recovery for the Numonyx 65nm Flash Memory Devices: (PDF 61.37 KB): This application note describes guidelines on the operations a system designer must perform to recover the flash memory if power loss occurs during a modify operation on the main array of a Numonyx 65nm flash memory device. AN-309046 11/2010
Add Migration Guide for Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18/L30) to Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (P30): (PDF 216.05 KB): This application note describes migrating from the Numony StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18/L30) to the Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (P30). AN-840 11/2010
Add Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory to ARM Primecell Design Guide: (PDF 465.39 KB): This application note describes interfacing Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory (M18 SCSP) to Advanced RISC Machines Limited (ARM) PrimeCell Synchronous Static Memory Controller (SSMC-PL093) and Multi-Port Memory Controller (MPMC-PL172). Also discusses the integrated features and control signals for interfacing the M18 flash memory and LPSDRAM to the SSMC and MPMC, respectively. AN-841 11/2010
Add Migration Guide: Numonyx StrataFlash Synchronous Memory (K3) to Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory (J3 v. D): (PDF 227.93 KB): This document describes the migration from the Numonyx StrataFlash Synchronous Memory (K3) to Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory (J3 v. D). AN-846 11/2010
Add Migration Guide for Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18) to Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory (M18): (PDF 303.86 KB): This application note provides guidance for designing with Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18), pre-enabling a hardware design to support Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory (M18). AN-822 11/2010
Add Migration Guide: Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (P30) to Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (P33): (PDF 104.79 KB): This document provides migration guidelines to convert system designs from the Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (P30) device to the Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (P33) device. AN-867 11/2010
Add Migration Guide: Numonyx Serial Flash Memory (S33) to Numonyx M25P: (PDF 105 KB): This document provides design guideline considerations for migrating from the Numonyx S33 Serial Flash Memory device to the Numonyx M25P Serial Flash Memory device. AN-868 11/2010
Add Migration Guide for Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory (M18), 90nm to 65nm: (PDF 163.5 KB): This application note describes technical requirements to migrate from the Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory (M18), 512 Mbit 90 nm device to the Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory (M18), 1 Gbit 65nm device. It also highlights key differences and similarities between the 512 Mbit and 1 Gbit devices. AN-860 11/2010
Add Migration Guide Intel W18-130/90nm to ST WR-65nm: (PDF 93.66 KB): This application note describes migrating from the Intel Wireless Flash Memory (W18 130nm and 90nm) device to the ST Wireless Flash Memory (WR 65nm) device. AN-907 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory P30 (256 Mbit, 256 Mbit/256 Mbit) 130nm to 65nm: (PDF 389.19 KB): This application note describes the migration from the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory (P30-65nm) device to the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory (P30-130nm) device. AN-908 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx Axcell Embedded Memory P33 (256 Mbit, 256 Mbit/256 Mbit) 130nm to 65nm: (PDF 381.62 KB): This application note describes the migration from the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory (P33-130nm) device to the Numonyx Axcell Flash Memory (P33-65nm) device. AN-909 11/2010
Add Parallel NOR Password Access (M29EW, P30, P33, J3): (PDF 111.06 KB): Parallel NOR Password Access Datasheet Addendum (M29EW, P30, P33, J3) AN-916 09/2011
Add Verilog Behavioral Model for M29W160EB/T Flash Memory: (PDF 94.7 KB): This document describes the Verilog behavioral model for M29W160EB and M29W160ET Flash memory devices. UG-409020 11/2010
Add TN-FC-29: 4KB-Aligned Linux Partitions: (PDF 262.81 KB): Describes several basic concepts about what an e·MMC device is, what happens internally when writing data with and without 4KB address alignment, and how to set up the 4KB-aligned Linux partitions and EXT4 file system settings using the common Linux fdisk and mkfs tools. TN-FC-29 05/2013
Add Validation Report: TI AM3358 (Linux System) : (PDF 1.18 MB): This report highlights the validation testing of Micron eMMC 4.41 devices on the TI AM3358 EVM Board Embedded 07/2013
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx StrataFlash Memory (J3C) to Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory (J3 v. D): (PDF 39.23 KB): This document describes how to convert a system design from the Numonyx StrataFlash Memory (J3) device to the Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (J3 v. D) device. AN-835 11/2010
Add How to Migrate to Numonyx M29W400D from Spansion S29AL004D Flash Memory : (PDF 174.15 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the Spansion S29AL004D Flash memory device to an application based on the Numonyx M29W400D Flash memory device. AN-309005 11/2010
Add How to Migrate to Numonyx M29W800D from Spansion S29AL008J/D Flash Memory: (PDF 181.4 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the Spansion 1S29AL008D/J Flash memory device to an application based on the Numonyx M29W800D Flash memory device. AN-309006 11/2010
Add How to Migrate to Numonyx M29W160E from Spansion S29AL016D/J/M and S29GL016A Flash Memory: (PDF 189.33 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the Spansion S29AL016D/J or the S29GL016A Flash memory devices to an application based on the Numonyx M29W160E Flash memory device. AN-309007 11/2010
Add How to Migrate to Numonyx M29W640G from Spansion S29GL064N Flash Memory: (PDF 242.74 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the S29GL064N Flash memory to an M29W640G Flash memory. AN-309009 11/2010
Add How to Migrate to Numonyx M29W320E from Spansion S29GL032N Flash Memory: (PDF 232.69 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the S29GL032N Flash memory to an M29W320E Flash memory. AN-309010 11/2010
Add How to migrate to M29W256G Flash memories from S29GL256P : (PDF 620.22 KB): The objective of this application note is to explain how to migrate an application based on the S29GL256P Flash memory to an M29W256GH/L Flash memory. The purpose of this document is not to provide detailed information on the devices, but to highlight the similarities and differences between them. AN-309018 09/2011
Add How to Migrate from Numonyx M25P128 130nm to 65nm Serial Flash: (PDF 49.9 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the Numonyx M25P128 (130nm) to Numonyx M25P128 (65nm) serial Flash memory device. AN-309026 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18) 130nm to 65nm: (PDF 178.17 KB): This application note describes converting from the Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18 130nm) to the Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L18 65nm). AN-903 11/2010
Add How to Migrate to Micron MT29EW from Spansion Flash (S29GL 256 Mbit, 512 Mbit, 1 Gbit and S70GL 2 Gbit): (PDF 312.7 KB): This application note describes how to convert a system design from Spansion S29GL (including P series and N series) and S70GL-P Flash to Numonyx Axcell M29EW (MLC) Flash. AN108109 05/2014
Add Connecting a MPC56x Microcontroller to the M58BW016B/D Flash Memory: (PDF 244.7 KB): This application note describes a method of connecting the M58BW016B/D Flash Memory to a MPC56x microcontroller without using glue logic. AN-1360 11/2010
Add How to Migrate from the M95 SPI EEPROM to the M25PE SPI Serial Flash: (PDF 314.02 KB): This application note describes how to migrate from the M95 family of SPI EEPROMs to the M25PE family of SPI Serial Flash memories. AN-2081 11/2010
Add Differences between the M29W320DB/T and the M29W320EB/T Flash Memories: (PDF 436.72 KB): This application note describes the differences between the M29W320D and the M29W320E Flash memories. AN-2308 11/2010
Add Migrating from a Chip Enable Care to a Don't Care NAND Flash Memory: (PDF 265.78 KB): The purpose of this application note is to highlight the differences between Chip Enable don’t care and Chip Enable care devices. AN2365 10/2010
Add How To Migrate From The M58BW016DT/B To The M58BW016FT/B Flash Memories : (PDF 186.06 KB): This Application note describes how to use the M58BW016FT/B in applications based on the M58BW016DT/B Flash memories. AN-2461 11/2010
Add How to Migrate from M29W128FH/L to M29W128GH/L Flash Memories : (PDF 570.36 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the M29W128FH/L Flash memory to an M29W128GH/L Flash memory. AN-2663 11/2010
Add How to Migrate from S29GL128P to M29W128GH/L Flash Memories: (PDF 429.08 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the S29GL128P Flash memory to an M29W128GH/L Flash memory. AN-2685 11/2010
Add Migrating from L30 Devices to LT Devices: (PDF 275.81 KB): This document lists the differences between devices belonging to the L30 65nm technology family made by Intel and the LT 65nm technology family made by ST. AN-2721 11/2010
Add Migrating from the M30L0T8000x2 to the M58LT256KTB: (PDF 265.89 KB): This application note provides information about the differences between the M30L0T8000x2 (90nm) device and the M58LT256KTB (65nm) device that could have an impact on their application and usage. AN-3000 11/2010
Add Migrating from the L18 Family in 130nm Technology to the LR Family in 65nm Technology: (PDF 230.69 KB): This application note provides information about the differences between the L18 device family in 130nm and the LR device family in 65nm. This information is important for migrating from L18 devices to LR devices. AN-3003 11/2010
Add Migrating from the Winbond 16-Mbit 1.8V Device to the M69KM024A: (PDF 152.85 KB): This application note compares the specifications of the Winbond 16-Mbit, 1.8V device to the M69KM024A device for the purpose of migrating from one device to the other. AN-3004 11/2010
Add Migration Guide: Numonyx M29W128G Flash to Numonyx 28F256M29EW Flash: (PDF 480.76 KB): This application note describes how to upgrade a system design from Numonyx 128 Mbit M29W128G Flash to Numonyx 256 Mbit 28F256M29EW Flash. AN-308003 11/2010
Add Conversion Guide: Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory J3 (128/128 Mbit Stacked to 256 Mbit Monolithic) 130nm to 65nm: (PDF 141.3 KB): This document is written to assist customer conversion from Numonyx Embedded Flash Memory (J3 v. D) 128/128 Mbit stack to Numonyx StrataFlash Embedded Memory (J3-65nm) 256-Mbit Monolithic version on 65nm lithography, including explanation of key hardware and software differences. AN-308040 11/2010
Add Spansion S29NS/WS-R to Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory M Family Migration Guide: (PDF 113.97 KB): This application note provides guidance for migrating from a system designed with a Spansion S29NS/WS-R Flash memory device to Numonyx StrataFlash Cellular Memory M family device, while retaining the Spansion layout. AN-309204 11/2010
Add Spansion Flash Memory to Numonyx StrataFlash Wireless Memory (L) Migration Guide: (PDF 76.99 KB): This application note provides information about migrating from a Spansion to a Numonyx L Flash memory device. AN-309205 11/2010
Add How to Migrate from M29DW128FH/L to M29DW128GH/L Flash Memories: (PDF 432.52 KB): This application note explains how to migrate an application based on the M29DW128FH/L Flash memory to an M29DW128GH/L Flash memory. AN-3102 11/2010
Add Migration Guide for Numonyx Advanced+ Boot Block Flash Memory (C3) to Numonyx Industry Standard Boot Block Flash Memory (M28W): (PDF 194.27 KB): This document describes how to migrate from the Numonyx Advanced+ Boot Block Flash Memory (C3) 130nm device to the Numonyx Industry Standard Boot Block Flash Memory (M28W). AN-915 11/2010
Add Validation Report: Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean: e·MMC/LPDDR2 on BCM23550: (PDF 393.74 KB): Validation report of Micron Mobile LPDDR2 and eMMC v. 4.51 on the Broadcom BCM23550 phone solution. Embedded 04/2014
Add Technical Note: Recommended Soldering Conditions & Storage Conditions: (PDF 194.25 KB): This document shows referential examples of recommended soldering and storage conditions for DRAM products provided by Elpida Memory, Inc. E0591E22 02/2014
Add Technical Note: New Function of DDR2 SDRAM - On-Die Termination (ODT): (PDF 211.08 KB): This document describes On-Die Termination (ODT), a new function that has been added to DDR2 SDRAM. E0593E20 02/2014
Add Technical Note: New Function of DDR2 SDRAM - Off-Chip Driver (OCD): (PDF 146.06 KB): This document describes Off-Chip Driver (OCD), a new function that has been added to DDR2 SDRAM. E0594E20 02/2014
Add Technical Note: Low-Power Function of Mobile RAM - Partial Array Self Refresh (PASR): (PDF 67.62 KB): This technical note describes Partial Array Self Refresh (PASR), one of the low-power functions that have been adapted to Mobile DRAM. E0597E10 02/2014
Add Technical Note: Low-Power Function of Mobile RAM - Deep Power Down (DPD): (PDF 49.74 KB): This technical note describes Deep Power Down (DPD), one of the low-power functions that have been adapted to Mobile DRAM. E0598E21 02/2014
Add Technical Note: Low-Power Function of Mobile RAM - Auto Temperature Compensated Self Refresh (ATCSR): (PDF 65.37 KB): This technical note describes Auto Temperature Compensated Self Refresh (ATCSR), one of the low-power functions that have been adapted to Mobile DRAM. E0599E20 02/2014
Add Technical Note: DDR2 SDRAM Technology: (PDF 50.59 KB): This document describes new functions that have been added to DDR2 SDRAM. E0678E10 02/2014
Add Technical Note: Module Handling Guide: (PDF 505.39 KB): This document describes the general handling methods for DRAM modules from Elpida. E0753E20 02/2014
Add User's Manual: New Features of DDR3 SDRAM: (PDF 169.49 KB): This manual is intended for users who design application systems using DDR3 SDRAM manufactured by Elpida. E1503E10 02/2014
Add Enhanced Flash Driver (EFD) 2.2 User Guide: (PDF 791.82 KB): This document describes the API and structures associated with the Enhanced Flash Driver (EFD) 2.2. Download the EFD here. 11/2010
Add Validation Report: DDR3 SDRAM and e·MMC v4.41 on Freescale i.MX6 Quick Start Board with Android 4.0.4: (PDF 149.63 KB): This report highlights the validation testing Micron performed on the Freescale® i.MX 6 Quick Start board with the Freescale applications processor. Embedded 12/2013
Add Migration Guide for M29EW from Spansion S29GL Secure products: (PDF 433.68 KB): Migration Guide for M29EW Secure products from Spansion S29GL Secure products AN-308031 09/2011
Add Interfacing Micron LPDDR2 with Qualcomm MSM8x25Q SOC EBI DDR Controller: (PDF 374.09 KB): This technical note outlines Mobile LPDDR2 operation with MSM8x25Q mobile development platform (MDP), and describes the method for configuring timing in LPDDR2 memory devices. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean: e⋅MCP with the Qualcomm MSM8x25Q 02/2013
Add Interfacing Micron LPDDR2 with Qualcomm MSM8x30 : (PDF 432.97 KB): This technical note outlines Mobile LPDDR2 operation with MSM8x30 mobile development platform (MDP), and describes the method for configuring timing in LPDDR2 memory devices Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean: Qualcomm MSM8x30 LPDDR2 Register Settings 03/2013
Add P400m 2.5-Inch NAND Flash SSD: (PDF 351.34 KB): The P400m SSD is designed to support and manage the needs of enterprise platforms that utilize significant read/write mixed workloads. P400m 11/2013
Add TN: PXA968 Register Settings: (PDF 267.27 KB): This technical note outlines Mobile LPDDR and e-MMC operations with the PXA968 device, and 03/2012
Add TN: PXA968 Validation Report Android 2.3: (PDF 289.17 KB): This report highlights the validation testing Micron performed on the Marvell® PXA968 MG2 EVB board. The purpose of this testing was to validate Micron® 50nm and 43nm 200MHz Mobile Low-Power DDR SDRAM (Mobile LPDDR), and e-MMC v4.41 memory devices on the MG2 EVB platform. 03/2012
Add TN-10-21: Qualcomm QSC6695 Register Settings: (PDF 482.14 KB): Rev. 1.0 TN-10-21 12/2011
Add TN-10-21: Qualcomm QSC6695 Validation Report: (PDF 336.51 KB): Rev. 1.0 TN-10-21 12/2011
Add LVTTL Derating for SDRAM Slew Rate Violations: (PDF 318.64 KB): Describes the proper setup and hold time derating when the slew rate during transition time violates specification. TN-48-09 11/2009
Add Recommended Soldering Parameters: (PDF 173.37 KB): Defines the recommended soldering techniques and parameters for Micron Technology, Inc., products. TN-00-15 12/2012
Add Memory Module Serial Presence-Detect: (PDF 505.83 KB): Describes how SPD is essential in helping to standardize the configuration, timing, and manufacturing information of memory modules TN-04-42 12/2009
Add Comparing Module Parameters: (PDF 52.71 KB): Compares module parameters. TN-04-49 03/2003
Add TN-10-08: LPDDR - Thermal Implications for Die Stacks: (PDF 402.86 KB): This technical note presents a case study of a handset simulation in which an LPDRAM is stacked on an application processor (PoP) and the resulting thermal-profile modeling. This note also explains how thermal detection features included in LPDDR and LPDDR2 can be used to monitor the junction temperature of the memory, enabling the application to detect and compensate when the junction temperature exceeds the specified operating temperature. TN-10-08 07/2010
Add TN-29-52: Migrating 1Gb 48nm and 2Gb/4Gb 57nm SLC NAND Flash Memory to 34nm: (PDF 180.46 KB): Provides guidelines for migrating 1Gb 48nm and 2Gb/4Gb 57nm SLC, large-page NAND Flash memory to 34nm technology (M60A, M69A & M68A) TN-29-52 10/2010
Add Migrating 512Mb 57nm SLC NAND Flash Memory to 70nm: (PDF 84.64 KB): Provides guidelines for migrating 512Mb 57nm SCL, small-page NAND Flash memory to 70nm technology. TN-29-53 08/2010
Add One-Time Programmable (OTP) Operations in 2Gb: x8, x16 NAND Flash Memory: (PDF 183.81 KB): One-Time Programmable (OTP) Operations in 2Gb: x8, x16 NAND Flash Memory TN-29-68 07/2012
Add Technical note: Using DDR4 in Networking Subsystems: (PDF 522.69 KB): This technical note focuses on using DDR4 in networking subsystems. It highlights the main benefits of DDR4 devices, as well as some of the constraints, to help system designers maximize the performance of their memory subsystems. TN-40-03 02/2014
Add RLDRAM 3 Design Guide: (PDF 723.41 KB): Contains practical recommendations for developing high-performance memory subsystems while ensuring stability for long-term reliable operation of the devices. TN-44-01 08/2011
Add TN-46-22: T69M (50nm) to T79M (4xnm) Transition Guide: (PDF 147.18 KB): Transition guide for migration from T69M to T79M TN-46-22 06/2011
Add T69M (50nm) to T79M (4xnm) Transition Guide: (PDF 151.25 KB): A transition guide for customers using the T69M 2Gb 50nm (design rev. :A) and T79M replacement 2Gb 4xnm (design rev. :B) Micron Mobile LPDDR SDRAM devices. TN-46-22 03/2011
Add Design Guide for Two-DIMM, Unbuffered Systems: (PDF 614.72 KB): DDR2-533 memory design guide for two-DIMM, unbuffered systems TN-47-01 12/2009
Add Calculating System Power for LPDDR3 Devices: (PDF 544.37 KB): LPDDR3 System Power Calculation TN-52-01 01/2013
Add Point-to-Point System Design: Layout and Routing Tips for LPDDR2 and LPDDR3 Devices: (PDF 4.41 MB): TN-52-02 06/2014
Add The SMART Command Feature Set for P400e Firmware 0135 and 0152: (PDF 726.05 KB): The intent of the SMART command feature set is to protect user data and minimize the likelihood of unscheduled system downtime that may be caused by predictable degradation and/or fault of the device. TN-FD-05 01/2012
Add Moisture Absorption in Plastic Packages: (PDF 97.08 KB): Describes shipping procedures for preventing memory devices from absorbing moisture and recommendations for baking devices exposed to excessive moisture TN-00-01 02/2013
Add Bypass Capacitor Selection for High-Speed Designs: (PDF 481.9 KB): Describes bypass capacitor selection for high-speed designs. TN-00-06 03/2011
Add IBIS Behavioral Models: (PDF 163.98 KB): Micron has been a member of the IBIS Open Forum for many years and fully supports the IBIS specification. IBIS models for most Micron products are available for download from the Micron Web site. TN-00-07 11/2009
Add Thermal Applications: (PDF 246.79 KB): Describes some considerations in thermal applications for Micron memory devices TN-00-08 07/2013
Add Accelerate Design Cycles with Simulation Models: (PDF 206.91 KB): Micron supplies the tools and guidelines necessary to verify new designs prior to layout. This technical note discusses software model support, signal integrity optimization, and logic circuit design. TN-00-09 02/2010
Add Understanding Quality and Reliability Requirements for Bare Die Applications: (PDF 142.04 KB): Describes the quality and reliability requirements for bare die applications TN-00-14 10/2009
Add Uprating of Semiconductors for High-Temperature Applications: (PDF 428.33 KB): Describes the issues associated with temperature uprating and the risks involved in using components and/or systems outside the manufacturer's environmental specifications TN-00-18 05/2010
Add Thinning Considerations for Wafer Products: (PDF 73.58 KB): Information on optimal wafer-thinning processes to meet specific customer requirements TN-00-19 10/2009
Add Understanding Signal Integrity: (PDF 1.64 MB): Describes how memory design, test, and verification tools can be used to the greatest advantage, from conception of a new product through end of life TN-00-20 12/2009
Add Understanding Signal Integrity (Japanese): (PDF 1.09 MB): Describes how memory design, test, and verification tools can be used to the greatest advantage, from conception of a new product through end of life TN-00-20 06/2005
Add SEMI Wafer Map Format: (PDF 114.26 KB): Micron has adopted the wafer map file format approved by Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI). With SEMI formatting, Micron's customers can be confident they will always receive consistent, compatible, reliable map files. TN-00-21 03/2014
Add Micron Wire-Bonding Techniques: (PDF 66.13 KB): This technical note provides guidance on wire bonding techniques for both nickel-palladium (NiPd) and aluminum (Al) bond pads on Micron products. TN-00-22 11/2010
Add SDRAM I/O Characteristics Comparison of 54nm to 130nm Die: (PDF 515.31 KB): This technical note compares the I/O characteristics of the 54nm to the 130nm single data rate (SDR) synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM) die. TN-00-24 08/2011
Add Enabling a Flash Memory Device into the Linux MTD: (PDF 528.81 KB): The technical note introduces the Linux memory technology device (MTD) architecture and provides a basis for understanding how to enable new devices and new features into the Linux MTD. TN-00-25 05/2011
Add High-Speed DRAM Controller Design: (PDF 1 MB): Identifies and discusses five key areas of DRAM controller design TN-04-54 04/2008
Add DRAM Module Form Factors: (PDF 435.56 KB): Compares the most common DRAM module form factors TN-04-55 09/2009
Add Design Guide - Dealing with DDR2/DDR3 Clock Jitter: (PDF 272.53 KB): Explores DDR2/DDR3 clock jitter specifications and provides guidance on how to apply them and how to deal with violations TN-04-56 09/2008
Add TN: MSM7x27A Validation Report Android 2.3: (PDF 336.51 KB): Details the validation testing Micron has undertaken on the Qualcomm MSM7x30 Subscriber Unit Reference (SURF) board utilizing Micron NAND / LPDDR / and eMMC solutions. MSM7x27A 11/2011
Add TN-11-08: MSM7x27A_Register Settings: (PDF 482.14 KB): This Document outlines memory operations for LPDDR1 and NAND on the Qualcomm MSM7x27A and details the recommendations for memory register settings when interfacing with Micron NAND/LPDDR1 and eMMC. MSM7x27A 11/2011
Add Password Protecting Flash Memory Blocks: (PDF 404.22 KB): This document describes a method of password protecting blocks using Micron's M29EW device as an example. TN-12-05 03/2011
Add Adapting the Linux Kernel for Micron® P30, P33, and J3 Flash Memory: (PDF 304.48 KB): This technical note provides a guide for modifying the MTD device-layer software for correct use with Micron P30, P33, and J3 devices. It also describes the modifications required in the Linux environment. TN-12-06 10/2011
Add Using XIP Modes in the Forte N25Q Flash Memory Device: (PDF 213.24 KB): This technical note explains how to implement eXecute in Place (XiP) functionality in an application based on the Numonyx Forte N25Q Flash memory device family. TN-12-07 06/2012
Add Migrating from Atmel AT45DB011D to Micron M45PE10 Flash Devices: (PDF 198.99 KB): This technical note describes the process for migrating from the Atmel Serial NOR Flash Memory device (AT45DB011D) to the Micron Serial NOR Flash memory device (M45PE10). TN-12-09 05/2011
Add Migrating to the N25Q 3V 128Mb uniform blocked device from the parameter block serial NOR Flash device: (PDF 244.77 KB): This technical note explains how to migrate from the Micron® N25Q 3V, 128Mb parameter blocks serial NOR Flash device to the N25Q 3V, 128Mb uniform, subsector erase serial NOR Flash device. TN-12-10 06/2011
Add Software Device Drivers for Micron's N25Q Serial NOR Flash Memory: (PDF 184.04 KB): This technical note provides a description of the C library source code for Micron N25Q serial NOR Flash memory devices. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-12-11 05/2013
Add Comparing Micron N25Q and M25P Flash Devices: (PDF 194.67 KB): Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and M25P Flash Devices TN-12-12 07/2011
Add Comparing Micron N25Q and M25PX Flash Devices: (PDF 150.47 KB): Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and M25PX Flash Devices TN-12-13 06/2012
Add Comparing Micron N25Q and Macronix MX25L Flash Devices: (PDF 203.35 KB): Technical Note Comparing Micron N25Q and Macronix MX25L Flash Devices TN-12-14 07/2011
Add Comparing Micron N25Q and Spansion S25FL Flash Devices: (PDF 197.96 KB): Technical Note Comparing Micron N25Q and Spansion S25FL Flash Devices TN-12-15 07/2011
Add Comparing Micron N25Q and SST SST26WF Flash Devices: (PDF 191.82 KB): Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and SST SST26WF Flash Devices TN-12-16 07/2011
Add Comparing Micron N25Q and Winbond W25Q Flash Devices: (PDF 201.88 KB): Tech Note Comparing Micron N25Q and Winbond W25Q Flash Devices TN-12-17 07/2011
Add Migrating from Macronix MX25L25635E to Micron N25Q 256Mb Flash: (PDF 226.89 KB): Compares the features of the Macronix MX25L25635E and Micron N25Q (256Mb)Flash memory devices. TN-12-18 12/2011
Add Migrating from Spansion's S25FL256S to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash: (PDF 300.16 KB): Compares features of Micron's 256Mb N25Q and Spansion's S25FL256S Flash memory devices TN-12-19 11/2012
Add Migrating from Macronix's MX25L25635F to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device: (PDF 301.37 KB): Migrating from Macronix's MX25L25635F to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device TN-12-20 11/2012
Add Migrating from Spansion's S25FL512S to Micron's N25Q 512Mb Flash Device: (PDF 282.1 KB): Migrating from Spansion S25FL512S to Micron N25Q 512Mb Flash Device TN-12-21 11/2012
Add Migrating from Macronix's MX25L12835F to Micron's N25Q 128Mb Flash Device: (PDF 261.13 KB): Migrating from Macronix's MX25L12835F to Micron's N25Q 128Mb Flash Device TN-12-22 07/2012
Add Migrating from EON's EN25QH256 to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device: (PDF 246.7 KB): Migrating from EON's EN25QH256 to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device TN-12-23 08/2012
Add Serial Flash Memory Device Marking for the M25P/PE/PX, M45PE, and N25Q Product Families: (PDF 372.58 KB): Explains product part marking for embedded SPI Flash memory devices TN-12-24 04/2014
Add Land Pad Design for NOR Flash Memories: (PDF 541.71 KB): High-level information on Micron's NOR Flash memory packages and their suggested PCB land patterns TN-12-25 10/2013
Add Migrating from Winbond's W25Q256FV to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device: (PDF 250.82 KB): Migrating from Winbond's W25Q256FV to Micron's N25Q 256Mb Flash Device TN-12-26 01/2013
Add Reset Configurations for N25Q and N25W Flash Memory Devices: (PDF 126.02 KB): This technical note provides a list of the reset configurations available for N25Q and N25W Flash memory devices. TN-12-29 10/2013
Add NOR Flash Cycling Endurance and Data Retention: (PDF 285.49 KB): This technical note defines industry-standard testing and Micron's testing for NOR Flash cycling endurance and data retention. TN-12-30 07/2013
Add Migrating from Spansion's S25FL128S to Micron's N25Q 128Mb Flash Device: (PDF 307.95 KB): This technical note compares the features of the Micron N25Q 128Mb and Spansion S25FL128S Flash memory devices. TN-12-31 07/2013
Add Using Micron's TWRPI SPI NOR Module With Freescale's Tower Platform: (PDF 1.68 MB): This technical note provides instructions for using Micron's TWRPI-compatible SPI NOR module with Freescale's Tower platform. TN-12-32 04/2014
Add J3F 32Mb, 64Mb, 256Mb Parallel NOR Flash Memory Software Device Drivers: (PDF 181.32 KB): Software driver for J3F parallel NOR Flash memory. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-12-50 01/2013
Add M29DW 256Mb Parallel NOR Flash Memory Software Device Drivers: (PDF 173.13 KB): Software driver for M29DW256 parallel NOR Flash memory. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-12-51 01/2013
Add M58WR0 64Mb Parallel NOR Flash Memory Software Device Drivers: (PDF 182.13 KB): Software driver for M58WR0 64Mb Parallel NOR Flash Memory. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-12-52 02/2013
Add Patching the Linux Kernel and U-Boot for Micron® M29 Flash Memory: (PDF 551.89 KB): This technical note provides a guide for modifying the memory technology device (MTD) layer software for the purpose of correctly using Micron® M29 family Flash memory devices in a Linux environment. This document also describes the modifications required to make a Linux environment work with M29 Flash memory devices. TN-13-07 04/2011
Add Software Drivers for M29W320DB and M29W320DT NOR Flash Memory: (PDF 197.47 KB): This technical note provides library source code in C for M29W320DB and M29W320DT parallel NOR Flash memory. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-13-10 11/2010
Add Software Driver for M29EW NOR Flash Memory: (PDF 279.15 KB): This technical note describes the C library source code for the Micron M29EW parallel NOR Flash memory device using the Flash device driver software interface V3. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-13-12 11/2010
Add Software Device Drivers for Micron M29Fxx NOR Flash Memory: (PDF 256.02 KB): This technical note provides C library source code for the M29Fxx Flash memory using the Flash software device driver interface. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-13-13 11/2010
Add Software Device Drivers for Micron M29W256 NOR Flash Memory: (PDF 282.92 KB): This technical note describes the library source code in C for the M29W256 Flash memory device using the Flash software device driver interface. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-13-14 03/2011
Add Software Device Drivers for M28W640C Parallel NOR Flash Memory: (PDF 310.28 KB): This technical note describes the library source code in C for Micron's M28W640C Parallel NOR Flash Memory devices. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-13-18 01/2012
Add Software Device Drivers for G18 and M18 Family Parallel NOR Flash: (PDF 358.49 KB): This technical note describes the library source code in C for G18 and M18 family parallel NOR Flash memory devices. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-13-19 04/2012
Add Asynchronous Page Mode Read in M29W320DT/B 32Mb, 3V Supply NOR Flash Memory (Automotive Grade) Devices: (PDF 116.72 KB): This technical note describes the asynchronous page mode read feature available in the M29W320DT/B 32Mb, 3V supply NOR flash memory (automotive grade) devices TN-13-20 09/2012
Add Migrating from Spansion Am29F to Micron M29F NOR Flash Memories: (PDF 190.83 KB): This technical note explains the process for migrating an application based on Spansion Am29F200B, Am29F400B, Am29F800B, and Am29F160D Flash devices to an application based on Micron M29F Flash devices. TN-1322 03/2013
Add How to Power On and Power Off the M29F Flash Memory Device: (PDF 151.05 KB): This technical note provides guidelines for providing power to and removing power from the Micron M29F parallel NOR Flash memory device. TN-13-23 03/2013
Add How to Power On and Power Off M58BW16F/32F and M58BW016F Flash Memory Devices: (PDF 149.38 KB): Provides guidelines for providing power to and removing power from the Micron M58BW16F/32F and M58BW016F parallel NOR Flash memory devices. TN-13-25 04/2013
Add How to Migrate to Micron MT28EW from Spansion Flash (S29GL 256 Mbit, 512 Mbit, 1 Gbit and S70GL 2 Gbit): (PDF 386.41 KB): This application note describes how to convert a system design from Spansion S29GL (including P series and N series) and S70GL-P Flash to Numonyx Axcell M29EW (MLC) Flash. tn-1335 06/2014
Add How to Migrate to Micron MT28EW from Spansion Flash (S29GL-S 256Mb, 512Mb, and 1Gb): (PDF 407.16 KB): This application note describes how to convert a system design from Spansion S29GL-S Flash to Micron MT28EW Flash. tn-1336 09/2014
Add How to Migrate from Micron M29EW to Micron MT28EW : (PDF 291.19 KB): This application note describes how to convert a system design from Micron M29EW to Micron MT28EW Flash. tn-1337 09/2014
Add How to Migrate from MX29GL G-F to MT28EW: (PDF 192.83 KB): This application note describes how to convert a system design from Macronix MX29GL G-F to Micron MT28EW Flash tn-1338 10/2014
Add How to Read the Unique Identifier in Small Page NAND Memory: (PDF 121.44 KB): Explains how to read unique ID in small page NAND memory. TN-2127 11/2011
Add Migrating from Micron's N25Q 512Mb to Micron's MT25Q 512Mb Flash Device: (PDF 335.04 KB): This technical note explains how to migrate to the Micron® MT25Q (512Mb) Flash memory device from the Micron N25Q (512Mb) stacked Flash memory device. TN-25-01 06/2013
Add MT25Q Serial NOR Flash Memory Software Device Drivers: (PDF 205 KB): This technical note provides a description of the C library source code for Micron MT25Q serial NOR Flash memory devices. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. 09/2013
Add Migrating from Macronix's MX66L 512Mb to Micron's MT25Q 512Mb Flash Device: (PDF 314.33 KB): This technical note compares the features of the Micron® MT25Q (512Mb) Flash memory device with the Macronix MX66L51235F Flash memory device. TN-25-04 01/2014
Add How to Read, Program, and Manage Small Page NAND OTP Memory Area: (PDF 127.75 KB): Explains how to read, program, and manage small page NAND memory. TN-26-03 11/2011
Add NAND Flash Performance Increase : (PDF 205.94 KB): Customers using the PAGE READ CACHE MODE operation provided in Micron NAND Flash devices will realize significant performance gains in systems requiring increased data volume at a much faster rate. TN-29-01 05/2007
Add ECC Module for Xilinx Spartan-3FPGA: (PDF 997.75 KB): Micron's ECC module was developed and tested using Xilinx(R) Spartan-3 and can be ported to certain other platforms of the user's choosing. TN-29-05 05/2007
Add Micron® NAND Flash Controller via Xilinx® Spartanâ„¢-3 FPGA: (PDF 872.4 KB): Describes the Micron NAND Flash controller, techniques for interfacing the NAND Flash device with a processor, and use of the Micron glueless interface to interface a processor with NAND Flash memory. TN-29-06 06/2007
Add NAND Flash Controller on Spartan-3: (PDF 567.97 KB): This technical note describes the Micron NAND Flash controller, techniques for interfacing the NAND Flash device with a processor and use of the Micron glueless interface to interface a processor with NAND Flash memory. TN-29-06 07/2014
Add Small Block vs. Large Block NAND Devices: (PDF 387.87 KB): Large-block NAND Flash devices offer significant performance increases over their small-block NAND Flash counterparts for READ, PROGRAM, and ERASE operations. TN-29-07 05/2007
Add Hamming Codes for NAND Flash Memories: (PDF 229.46 KB): Outlines hamming codes NAND Flash memory TN-29-08 05/2007
Add NAND Flash Security: (PDF 189.32 KB): Using Micron NAND Flash security features to implement component and code authentication security solutions, designers can protect critical system components and proprietary system software from unwanted attacks and alterations. TN-29-11 05/2007
Add Monitoring Ready/Busy Status in 2, 4, and 8Gb Micron NAND Flash Devices: (PDF 96.08 KB): Four options for determining the NAND Flash ready/busy device status are presented with detailed explanations of each option. TN-29-13 05/2007
Add Determining NAND Flash Ready/Busy Status: (PDF 136.48 KB): Systems that utilize NAND Flash memory can use either the ready/busy pin or the status register to determine whether a Micron® NAND Flash device is busy or ready to accept a new command. This technical note addresses the use of status register bit 5, which indicates the ready/busy status of the NAND Flash device. TN-29-13 02/2010
Add NAND Flash Performance Increase with PROGRAM PAGE CACHE MODE Command: (PDF 266.14 KB): This technical note discusses the benefits of PROGRAM PAGE CACHE MODE operations over normal PROGRAM PAGE operations. It also provides specific timing examples and instructions for performing PROGRAM PAGE CACHE MODE operations. Rev. C TN-29-14 02/2010
Add NAND Flash Performance Improvement Using Internal Data Move: (PDF 219.17 KB): NAND data management capabilities and higher system performance through NAND Flash internal data moves TN-29-15 03/2010
Add Boot-from-NAND Using Micron MT28F1G08ABA NAND Flash with the Texas Instruments OMAP 2420 Processor: (PDF 435.55 KB): Describes Boot-from-NAND using Micron MT29F1G08ABA NAND Flash with the Texas Instruments OMAP 2420 processor. TN-29-16 06/2007
Add TN-29-17: NAND Flash Design and Use Considerations: (PDF 226.04 KB): Describes design and use considerations for NAND Flash memory, focusing on bad-block identification and error correction. TN-29-17 09/2010
Add Booting from Embedded MMC: (PDF 282.02 KB): Describes booting from an embedded ARM processor in the MMC environment TN-29-18 06/2008
Add NAND Flash 101 - An Introduction to NAND Flash and How to Design It In to Your Next Product: (PDF 968.5 KB): Provides an introduction to NAND Flash and how to design it into your next product. Rev. B TN-29-19 04/2010
Add Improving NAND Flash Performance Using Two-Plane Command Enabled Micron Devices: (PDF 123.28 KB): Describes the performance benefits of Micron two-plane commands, and provides implementation guidelines for making the best use of two-plane capabilities TN-29-25 09/2008
Add NAND Flash Status Register Response in Cache Programming Operations: (PDF 253.71 KB): Describes status register responses when operating in cache programming modes TN-29-26 06/2007
Add Memory Management in NAND Flash Arrays: (PDF 271.42 KB): Describes common NAND Flash memory-management methods for effective use of the NAND Flash memory array TN-29-28 12/2009
Add TN-29-37: Comparing 40 and 50-Series SLC NAND Flash Devices: (PDF 728.87 KB): Prior to conversion, Micron recommends that the target design take into account the product data sheet and the specific changes highlighted in this technical note. This Technical note covers the M58A, M59A & M50A products. TN-29-37 01/2009
Add Using COPYBACK Operations to Maintain Data Integrity in NAND Flash Devices: (PDF 101.39 KB): Describes how to use COPYBACK operations in NAND Flash devices TN-29-41 10/2008
Add Wear-Leveling Techniques in NAND Flash Devices: (PDF 268.3 KB): Highlights the importance of wear leveling, explains two wear-leveling techniques, and discusses implementing wear leveling TN-29-42 10/2008
Add TN-29-51: Migrating from 50-Series to 60-Series SLC NAND Flash Devices: (PDF 121.59 KB): Migrating from 50-Series to 60-Series SLC NAND Flash Devices; M58A, M59A, M50A, M68A, M69A, M60A TN-29-51 05/2011
Add TN-29-56: Enabling On-Die ECC for OMAP3 on Linux/Android OS: (PDF 331.14 KB): Enabling NAND On-Die ECC for OMAP3 Using Linux/Android OS with YAFFS2. M60A, M69A, M68A. TN-29-56 12/2010
Add TN-29-57: Migrating from 50-Series to 60-Series SPI NAND Flash Devices: (PDF 164.87 KB): Supplements the product change notification (PCN) covering the transition from Micron 50-series (50nm) to 60-series (34nm) single-level cell (SLC) SPI NAND Flash devices. TN-29-57 05/2011
Add TN-29-58: ONFI NV-DDR2 Design Guide: (PDF 685.04 KB): Rev. A TN-29-58 03/2011
Add Garbage Collection in SLC NAND Flash Memory: (PDF 207.37 KB): This technical note describes the recommended garbage collection algorithm to be implemented in the Flash Translation Layer (FTL) software for single-level cell (SLC) NAND Flash memory devices. AN1821 10/2010
Add Wear Leveling in NAND Flash Memory: (PDF 213.59 KB): This technical note describes the recommended wear leveling algorithm to be implemented in the FTL software for NAND Flash memory. TN-29-61 10/2010
Add Software Device Drivers for Large Page Micron NAND Flash Memory Devices: (PDF 624.45 KB): This technical note explains how to use the Micron large page NAND Flash memory software device drivers. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-29-62 10/2011
Add Error Correction Code in SLC NAND Flash: (PDF 486.67 KB): This technical note describes how to implement error correction code (ECC) in Micron small page and large page single-level cell (SLC) NAND Flash memory that can detect 2-bit errors and correct 1-bit errors per 256 or 512 bytes. TN-29-63 10/2010
Add Software Device Drivers for Small Page Micron NAND Flash Memory: (PDF 889.73 KB): This technical note explains how to use the Micron small page NAND Flash memory software drivers. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-29-64 10/2010
Add Software Device Drivers for Very Large Page Micron NAND Flash Memory: (PDF 405.64 KB): This technical note explains how to use the Micron very large page NAND Flash memory software device drivers. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-29-65 10/2010
Add TN-29-68 Addendum Boot Block Protection for M70M, M71M, M79M NAND: (PDF 107.88 KB): TN-29-68 04/2012
Add Enabling Software BCH Error Correction Code (ECC) on a Linux Platform: (PDF 688.7 KB): This technical note addresses applications using existing 1-bit ECC processors to enable Micron MT29F1GxxABxDA, MT29F2GxxABxEA, MT29F4GxxABxDA, and MT29F1GXXABXEA NAND Flash memory devices with software BCH ECC. TN-29-71 04/2012
Add Software Device Drivers for MT29F Micron NAND Flash Memory: (PDF 339.4 KB): This technical note explains how to use Micron’s MT29F NAND Flash memory software device drivers, which are the low-level drivers (LLDs) that manage the hardware functionality of the NAND Flash memory devices. Download the low-level driver described in this document here. TN-29-72 05/2013
Add Enabling On-Die ECC NAND with JFFS2: (PDF 219.39 KB): This technical note addresses altering the the MTD/NAND layer for the on-die ECC NAND device. TN-29-75 08/2013
Add Technical note: Using the Block Lock Feature on MT29F NAND Flash Memory Devices: (PDF 162.3 KB): This technical note describes the block lock feature on Micron's MT29F NAND Flash memory devices. TN-2976 02/2014
Add Technical Note: Using Chip Enable Pin Reduction in NAND Flash Memory Devices: (PDF 201.34 KB): This technical note describes how to enable and use the chip enable pin reduction feature in Micron's NAND Flash memory devices and discusses reduction limitations based on NAND package and system configuration. TN-29-77 05/2014
Add Calculating Memory System Power For DDR3 : (PDF 1.12 MB): Details how DDR3 SDRAM consumes power and provides the tools that system designers can use to estimate power consumption. TN-41-01 05/2007
Add DDR3 ZQ Calibration: (PDF 250.61 KB): Describes how the DDR3 SDRAM driver design has been enhanced TN-41-02 02/2008
Add DDR3 Dynamic On-Die Termination : (PDF 370.26 KB): With DDR3, dynamic ODT provides systems with increased flexibility to optimize termination values for different loading conditions TN-41-04 03/2008
Add DDR3 Termination Data Strobe : (PDF 152.41 KB): Provides guidelines for using the TDQS feature to reduce signal integrity issues associated with mismatched DQS loading in in combined x4-based/x8-based systems TN-41-06 03/2008
Add DDR3 Power-Up, Initialization, and Reset: (PDF 504.77 KB): Describes power-up, initialization, and reset with DDR3. TN-41-07 10/2008
Add Design Guide for Two DDR3-1066 UDIMM Systems: (PDF 1.1 MB): Rev. B, Design guide to assist board designers implementing products using UDIMM systems TN-41-08 01/2010
Add DDR3 Mini-DIMMs – Register Not Always Required: (PDF 225.12 KB): Explanation of why DDR3 Mini-UDIMMs are the best choice for systems that don't actually require registered DIMMs. TN-41-10 04/2010
Add DDR3 Point-to-Point Design Support: (PDF 660.41 KB): DDR3 is an evolutionary transition from DDR2. TN-41-13 08/2013
Add DDR3 SDRAM 1.35V-to-1.5V Compatibility: (PDF 103.5 KB): Clarifies the voltage backward compatibility statement for 1.35V DDR3L and DDR3Lm devices TN-41-14 10/2012
Add DDR3 SDRAM VOL and VOH Specifications: (PDF 240.17 KB): Describes proper interpretation and use of VOL and VOH specifications. TN-41-15 07/2013
Add Technical Note: DDR3 8Gb DDP 2CS to 8Gb SDP 1CS Transition Guide: (PDF 197.77 KB): This technical note explains how to transition a dual-rank 8Gb 2CS (dual die) MT41K512M16 DDP device to a single-rank 8Gb 1CS (monolithic) MT41K512M16 SDP device. TN-41-16 02/2014
Add Routing Guidelines for Micron’s HMC-15G-SR: (PDF 3.3 MB): Provides sound methods, proven solutions, and detailed PCB layout guidelines to enable successful designs using Micron’s HMC. TN-43-03 HMC TN-43-03 06/2013
Add Short-Reach Hybrid Memory Cube PDN Requirements: (PDF 5.3 MB): This technical note discusses the power delivery network (PDN) requirements of the SR HMC form factor. TN-43-04 10/2013
Add HMC Thermal Management: (PDF 327.66 KB): This technical note provides guidance on developing thermal system solutions that meet HMC's operational temperature specifications. TN-43-05 02/2014
Add HMC Pin Connections Guide: (PDF 208.92 KB): This technical note provides consolidated list of Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) pins and their associated connection recommendations. TN-43-08 04/2014
Add Functional Differences Between CellularRAM 1.0 and CellularRAM 1.5 : (PDF 141.07 KB): Discusses the functional difference between the CellularRAM 1.0 and CellularRAM 1.5 memory devices TN-45-01 08/2005
Add CellularRAM Asynchronous and Mixed-Mode Slow-Clock WRITE Concerns: (PDF 100.22 KB): Discusses the use of Micron CellularRAM-based devices in Mixed Mode operation and slow clock speeds TN-45-02 05/2005
Add CellularRAM Multiplexed Async/Burst Operation: (PDF 687.75 KB): Discusses multiplexing a non-multiplexed CellularRAM device at the substrate level TN-45-04 01/2009
Add Density Migration for x16 Burst Multiplexed PSRAM Introduction: (PDF 65.9 KB): Discusses the design differences to account for when migrating a burst multiplexed device from 16Mb to 64Mb TN-45-06 01/2006
Add Implementing CellularRAM 2.0, x32 with Two CellularRAM 1.5 x16 Devices: (PDF 107.52 KB): Documents how the x32 CR2.0 memory interface can be emulated using a two-die stack of x16 CR 1.5 devices TN-45-07 12/2006
Add 64Mb Async/Page CellularRAM P25A to P25Z Transition Guide: (PDF 52.89 KB): Discusses migrating a design based on the async/page MT45W4MW16P (P25A) to the MT45W4MW16PC (P25Z) TN-45-08 10/2005
Add 64Mb Burst CellularRAM P25A to P25Z Transition Guide: (PDF 64.45 KB): Discusses migrating a design based on the async/page/burst MT45W4MW16B (P25A) to MT45W4MW16BC (P25Z) TN-45-09 10/2005
Add Designing Applications with the x16 Burst A/D Multiplexed Interface: (PDF 83.73 KB): Discusses the differences between a burst non-A/D MUX and burst A/D MUX device TN-45-10 11/2005
Add Using CellularRAM Memory to Replace UtRAM : (PDF 195.88 KB): Assists migration from a 128Mb UtRAM design (K1B2816B6M) to Micron 128Mb CellularRAM memory (MT45W8MW16B). Both hardware and software changes are covered TN-45-13 01/2006
Add Using CellularRAM Memory to Replace Fujitsu 3V FCRAM: (PDF 195.22 KB): Discusses replacing Fujitsu 3V FCRAM with Micron CellularRAM memory TN-45-14 02/2006
Add Row Boundary Crossing Functionality in CellularRAMâ„¢ Memory: (PDF 524.87 KB): Explains row boundary crossing in Micron CellularRAM memory devices TN-45-15 11/2009
Add Using CellularRAM Memory to Replace Fujitsu 1.8V FCRAM: (PDF 208.91 KB): Discusses replacing Fujitsu 1.8V FCRAM with Micron CellularRAM memory TN-45-16 03/2006
Add Using CellularRAM Memory to Replace Single- and Dual-Chip Select SRAM: (PDF 179.87 KB): Discusses migrating a single- or dual-chip select SRAM design to Micron CellularRAM memory. Both hardware and software changes are covered. TN-45-17 01/2007
Add Using CellularRAM Memory to Replace NEC Mobile Specified RAM (PD46128512): (PDF 228.87 KB): Discusses migrating a 128Mb NEC Mobile Specified RAM design (PD46128512) to Micron 128Mb CellularRAM memory (MT45W8MW16B). Both hardware and software changes are covered. TN-45-18 03/2006
Add Low-Power Options for Async/Page CellularRAM: (PDF 197.19 KB): Discusses the low-power options available to customers on async/page CellularRAM memory devices TN-45-20 05/2006
Add Variable vs. Fixed Latency CellularRAM Operation: (PDF 122.39 KB): This technical note assists designers in understanding the differences between CellularRAM variable and fixed latency operations TN-45-22 07/2006
Add Using CellularRAM Memory on a NOR FLASH Bus: (PDF 391.96 KB): Discusses design considerations when placing a CellularRAM memory device on a NOR Flash bus TN-45-23 07/2006
Add Fixed-Latency Operation in CellularRAM 1.0 Devices: (PDF 187.66 KB): Details how Micron has enhanced CellularRAM CR1.0 functionality TN-45-24 08/2006
Add Using Micron Asynchronous PSRAM with ADI ADSP-BF53x Blackfin Processors: (PDF 265.86 KB): Describes the design requirements for a seamless memory connection between Analog Devices Blackfin processors and Micron 70ns, 8Mb asynchronous PSRAM devices TN-45-27 06/2007
Add Using a Micron CellularRAM Device with the AMCC PPC405EZ Embedded Processor: (PDF 288.01 KB): Describes the design requirements for a seamless memory connection between the PPC405EZ and a Micron CellularRAM device TN-45-28 02/2006
Add Using Micron Asynchronous PSRAM with the NXP LPC2292 and LPC2294 Microcontrollers: (PDF 255 KB): Describes the design requirements for a seamless memory connection between the NXP LPC2292 and LPC2294 family of microcontrollers and a Micron asynchronous PSRAM device TN-45-29 06/2007
Add PSRAM 101: An Introduction to Micron CellularRAM and PSRAM: (PDF 351.24 KB): Demonstrates PSRAM and CellularRAM memory advantages over other memory options for use in mobile handsets; and presents available configurations TN-45-30 05/2008
Add Connecting Micron CellularRAM Devices with the Atmel Microcontroller: (PDF 525.62 KB): Describes the preferred methods for connecting Micron CellularRAM devices to the Amtel microcontroller TN-45-33 06/2008
Add Initialization Sequence for DDR SDRAM: (PDF 294.95 KB): Describes the initialization sequence and configurable device parameters. TN-46-08 08/2010
Add Decoupling Capacitor Calculation for a DDR Memory Channel: (PDF 151.37 KB): Provides a decoupling capacitor calculation for a DDR memory channel TN-46-02 12/2004
Add Calculating DDR Memory System Power: (PDF 336.91 KB): Describes how to calculate DDR memory system power. TN-46-03 03/2005
Add General DDR SDRAM Functionality: (PDF 254.8 KB): Describes DDR SDRAM functionality TN-46-05 12/2001
Add Termination for Point-to-Point Systems: (PDF 356.29 KB): Provides a basic understanding of transmission line theory that is important to insure signal integrity in today's high-speed digital systems. TN-46-06 03/2011
Add DDR333 Design Guide for Two-DIMM Unbuffered Systems: (PDF 5.93 MB): Describes DDR333 design guide for two-DIMM unbuffered systems TN-46-07 12/2002
Add Designing for 1Gb DDR SDRAM: (PDF 175.43 KB): Provides system designers with essential information relevant to utilizing the 1Gb double data rate (DDR) synchronous dynamic random access memory (SDRAM). TN-46-09 11/2009
Add DDR SDRAM Point-to-Point Simulation Process: (PDF 330.05 KB): Covers rarely addressed areas of the DDR SDRAM point-to-point simulation process TN-46-11 07/2005
Add DDR SDRAM Point-to-Point Simulation Process (Japanese): (PDF 491.77 KB): Covers rarely addressed areas of the DDR SDRAM point-to-point simulation process TN-46-11 07/2005
Add Power-Saving Features of Mobile LPDRAM: (PDF 255.93 KB): Addresses the power-saving features and power calculations of low-power Mobile LPDRAM memory TN-46-12 05/2009
Add TN-46-13 (Japanese): (PDF 637.61 KB): TN-46-13 TN-46-13 12/2005
Add Hardware Tips for Point-to-Point System Design: (PDF 376.6 KB): Provides hardware tips for point-to-point system design, termination, and layout TN-46-14 06/2008
Add Mobile LPDDR Versus Standard DDR SDRAM: (PDF 432.44 KB): An overview of the functional and mechanical differences between low-power and standard DDR and a description of exclusive features of LPDDR TN-46-15 12/2007
Add Mobile LPDRAM Unterminated Point-to-Point System Design: Layout and Routing Tips: (PDF 552.55 KB): Provides guidance for the development of multilayer board designs TN-46-19 11/2008
Add Backward Compatibility for Faster LPDDR SDRAM: (PDF 105.69 KB): This technical note reviews the timing differences between the faster and slower LPDDR SDRAM speeds and explains how faster parts function compatibly with slower parts. TN-46-23 02/2013
Add DDR2 SDRAM Offers New Features and Functionality: (PDF 400.7 KB): Discusses the various changes in DDR2 technology and the resulting features and benefits TN-47-02 12/2006
Add Module Pinout Decoder: (PDF 215.46 KB): Provides sorted pin assignment tables and pin location figures for use in DDR2 DIMM signal identification, tracing, and troubleshooting TN-47-03 12/2004
Add Calculating Memory System Power for DDR2: (PDF 1.04 MB): Rev. B, Details how DDR2 SDRAM consumes power and provides tools to estimate power consumption in a given system TN-47-04 03/2011
Add Power Solutions for DDR2 Notebook PCs: (PDF 374.42 KB): Technical note providing general guidelines for designing power circuitry for DDR2 memory. Includes the DDR2 voltage requirements and encompasses a sample reference design focused on the Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) TPS51116 DDR2 memory power solution. TN-47-05 04/2010
Add DDR2 Simulation Support: (PDF 127.84 KB): Covers DDR2 simulation, adding to Micron's extensive array of design support tools for system designers TN-47-07 05/2005
Add DDR2 Package Sizes and Layout Requirements: (PDF 614.31 KB): Covers DDR2 package sizes and layout requirements TN-47-08 11/2005
Add TN-47-09 – Japanese: (PDF 245.15 KB): TN-47-09 TN-47-09 12/2005
Add DDR2 Read Functionality (Japanese): (PDF 243.68 KB): Describes READ functionality in DDR2. TN-47-13 12/2004
Add DDR2 tCKE Power-Down Requirement: (PDF 102.03 KB): Describes the tCKE timing parameter of DDR2 SDRAM. TN-47-14 04/2010
Add Designing for High-Density DDR2 Memory: (PDF 284.38 KB): Focuses on designing for high-density memory—addressing schemes of each density, configurations, and the subtle differences between the 4-bank and new 8-bank DDR2 devices TN-47-16 12/2009
Add Designing for High-Density DDR2 Memory (Japanese): (PDF 518.03 KB): Focuses on designing for high-density memory's addressing schemes of each density, configurations, and the subtle differences between the 4-bank and new 8-bank DDR2 devices TN-47-16 12/2005
Add DDR2 SODIMM Optimized Address/Command Nets: (PDF 592.56 KB): Provides the system-level designer with an overview of the DDR2 SODIMM family and offers insight into termination techniques utilized on the commands and addresses for these modules TN-47-17 05/2005
Add DDR2 (Point-to-Point) Features and Functionality: (PDF 706.41 KB): Rev B. Focuses on the unique memory requirements of point-to-point design layouts and describes DDR2 features and functionality TN-47-19 03/2011
Add DDR2 (Point-to-Point) Package Sizes and Layout Basics: (PDF 408.8 KB): General guidelines for developing the PCB floor plan TN-47-20 06/2007
Add FBDIMM Channel Utilization (Bandwidth and Power): (PDF 1.21 MB): Newly introduced FBDIMMs offer virtually unlimited scalability of density, a significantly reduced number of routed motherboard signals, and high bandwidth solutions, all with an extremely reliable channel protocol TN-47-21 12/2009
Add Designing for 1.5V, Low-Power FBDIMMs: (PDF 980.89 KB): Discusses memory power trends and identifies new low-voltage solutions for high-density DDR2 memory designs TN-47-22 05/2008
Add Designing in SDRAM for Future Upgrades: (PDF 126.15 KB): Describes how to design in SDRAM for future upgrades TN-48-08 03/2004
Add Interfacing SDRAM Devices with Motorola's MPC8xx: (PDF 176.99 KB): Describes how to interface SDRAM devices with Motorola's MPC8xx TN-48-12 12/2001
Add Backward Compatibility for Faster SDRAM: (PDF 79.21 KB): Reviews the timing differences between SDRAM generations and shows how the faster Micron parts are compatible with the slower parts TN-48-15 10/2005
Add Long-Term Mobile SDRAM Support: Replacements for Mobile SDRAM 128Mb Devices: (PDF 54.83 KB): Replacements for Mobile SDRAM 128Mb Devices Rev. A TN-48-17 06/2010
Add RLDRAM 2 Design Guide: (PDF 304.09 KB): Describes the general features of circuit implementations using RLDRAM 2 memory architecture TN-49-01 10/2012
Add Exploring the RLDRAM 2 Feature Set: (PDF 474.43 KB): Outlines the performance-enhancing features offered by RLDRAM 2 architecture TN-49-02 10/2012
Add RLDRAM 2 Clocking Strategies: (PDF 264.17 KB): Addresses the operation of the RLDRAM 2 device outside the specified range of clock periods and the timing changes that occur in this mode of operation TN-49-03 10/2012
Add Calculating Memory System Power for RLDRAM 2: (PDF 1.77 MB): Details how RLDRAM 2 devices consume power and provides tools to estimate power consumption TN-49-04 10/2012
Add TN-52-05: e·MMC Linux Enablement: (PDF 301.57 KB): This technical note describes supported and unsupported e·MMC features and how to enable them in Linux. It includes a discussion of the e·MMC standard (4.41) introduced in March 2010. TN-52-05 04/2013
Add TN-52-07 eMMC Partitioning: (PDF 206.47 KB): This technical note is a guide for partitioning an eMMC device according to the 4.41 version of the JEDEC specification. It discusses how to set a physical partition configuration, how to set a general or enhanced partition, and how to access a partition, as well as a detailed explanation of the registers used in partitioning. TN-52-07 05/2012
Add TN-FC-25: Understanding Linux Driver Support for e•MMC: (PDF 517.72 KB): This technical note provides a basic understanding of Linux driver support for block devices where e·MMC™ embedded memory is used. Example code: emmc_test.c TN-FC-25 04/2014
Add GDDR5 SGRAM Introduction: (PDF 455.12 KB): This technical note describes the features and benefits of GDDR5 SGRAM. TN-ED-01 02/2014
Add TN-FC-06 Booting from eMMC – JEDEC v. 4.41: (PDF 210.15 KB): This technical note describes the features of booting a system from an embedded MultiMediaCard (eMMC) device. It discusses the boot capabilities introduced in the 4.41 version of the JEDEC eMMC specification and explains how to configure an eMMC device to have the required booting features, program and verify boot code on an eMMC device, and perform a boot operation to send boot data to the host. TN-FC-06 04/2013
Add TN-FC-08: Migrating from e·MMC Version 4.4 to 4.41: (PDF 190.93 KB): Describes the changes to the JEDEC e•MMC specification from version 4.4 to version 4.41 TN-FC-08 08/2012
Add TN-FC-13: How to Connect e•MMC 4.41 to Host Interface: (PDF 99.9 KB): The schematic parameters and values be considered when connecting Micron’s e•MMC 4.41 to a host interface. TN-FC-13 09/2012
Add TN-FC-16: e•MMC BUFFER BLOCKS REFRESH Command: (PDF 114.5 KB): Micron Technical Note: e•MMC BUFFER BLOCKS REFRESH Command TN-FC-16 09/2012
Add TN-FC-19: eMMC HEALTH STATUS Command Set: (PDF 218.23 KB): This technical note discusses the HEALTH STATUS command set provided for Micron e·MMC devices TN-FC-19 07/2014
Add TN-FC-27: e·MMC Power Loss Data Integrity: (PDF 308.03 KB): Describes how to ensure the integrity of internal system data and user data in the Micron e·MMC device during power loss TN-FC-27 12/2013
Add TN-FC-32: e·MMC Memory Device Health Report: (PDF 227.8 KB): This technical note describes the Device Health Report procedure for Micron e·MMC memory devices. TN-FC-32 07/2014
Add TN-FC-34: e·MMC Data Integrity during Power Off: (PDF 199.81 KB): Describes how to ensure the integrity of internal system data and user data in the Micron e·MMC device during power off TN-FC-34 07/2014
Add TN-FC-35: e·MMC PCB Design Guide: (PDF 246.57 KB): A guide for PCB designers using Micron e·MMC devices TN-FC-35 08/2014
Add TN-FC-37: Embedded eMMC v4.51 HEALTH STATUS Command Set: (PDF 192.72 KB): This technical note discusses how the HEALTH STATUS command set can be used to help monitor device media usage and length of time device can still be cycled. TN-FC-37 09/2014
Add TN-FD-02: RealSSD Embedded USB Reliability Status Reporting: (PDF 79.43 KB): TN-FD-02 09/2012
Add TN-FD-06: P400e SATA SSD SMART Self-Test Reference: (PDF 119 KB): This technical note describes the self-test modes, commands, values, and result checks for the self-monitoring, analysis, and reporting technology (SMART) used for the P400e SATA SSDs. TN-FD-06 12/2011
Add TN-FD-07: Checking the e230 eUSB Bad Block Count: (PDF 108.53 KB): TN-FD-07 01/2012
Add TN-FD-08: e230 Firmware Update Instructions for Windows OS: (PDF 129.09 KB): TN-FD-08 01/2012
Add TN-FD-09: e230 Firmware Update Instructions for Linux OS: (PDF 137.8 KB): TN-FD-09 01/2012
Add The SMART Command Feature Set for the P400e SSD Firmware 0142: (PDF 724.87 KB): The intent of the SMART command feature set is to protect user data and minimize the likelihood of unscheduled system downtime that may be caused by predictable degradation and/or fault of the device. TN-FD-10 12/2012
Add TN-FD-14: P400m SSD SMART Implementation for FW0100/0200/0225: (PDF 747.51 KB): This technical note provides the SMART command (0xB0) feature set for the P400m SSD Firmware 0100, 0200, and 0225. TN-FD-14 06/2013
Add P320h/P420m SSD Performance Optimization and Testing: (PDF 933.05 KB): This technical note describes how to optimize and test the performance of the Micron P320h and P420m SSDs. TN-FD-15 04/2014
Add TN-FD-16: P400e SSD SMART Implementation for FW0152: (PDF 740.66 KB): This technical note provides the SMART command (B0h) feature set for the P400e SSD Firmware 0152. tn-fd-16 02/2013
Add P320h Performance on Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) Systems: (PDF 354.37 KB): This technical note discusses the performance of P320h SSDs in NUMA systems. TN-FD-17 01/2013
Add M500 SSD SMART Attributes: (PDF 99.28 KB): This document provides an overview of the SMART parameters available with the Micron M500 SSD, firmware version MU02. TN-FD-19 08/2013
Add C400 SSD SMART Attributes: (PDF 296.92 KB): This technical note describes the SMART parameters for the C400 solid state drive. TN-FD-20 07/2013
Add SMART Attributes for the M500 SSD (Firmware MU02 and MU03 or later): (PDF 370.79 KB): This document describes the SMART attributes available with the Micron M500 SSD, firmware version MU02 and MU03 or later. TN-FD-21 09/2013
Add SMART Attributes for Client SSDs Technical Note: (PDF 254.26 KB): This technical note describes the SMART feature set available for Micron's client SSDs. 10/2014
Add M500 SSD SMART Attributes - Calculating WAF: (PDF 118.28 KB): This document describes how to calculate the write amplification factor (WAF) for Micron's M500 family of personal storage SSDs. TN-FD-23 02/2014
Add M500IT SSD SMART Attributes – Firmware B003 or Later: (PDF 271.7 KB): This document describes the SMART attributes available with the Micron M500IT SSD, firmware version B003 or later. TN-FD-24 11/2013
Add M500DC SSD SMART Implimentation – SMART Command Feature Set for the M500DC: (PDF 339 KB): This technical note provides the self-monitoring, analysis, and reporting technology (SMART) command (B0h) feature set for the M500DC. TN-FD-26 08/2014
Add Installing Micron M500, M510, M550 SEDs in Windows 8 and 8.1: (PDF 979.31 KB): This document explains proper installation of Windows 8.x BitLocker to help maximize performance and data security of Micron's M500, M510, and M550 SEDs. TN-FD-28 07/2014
Add Running Secure Erase on Micron SSDs: (PDF 325.08 KB): This document describes how to run the ATA SECURITY ERASE command on Micron SATA SSDs using the Linux utility Parted Magic. TN-FD-29 07/2014