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This technical note describes the features of stacked devices for N25Q and MT25Q. These devices are memory with two or more dies in the same package.

  • Last Updated: 05/08/2017
  • File Type: PDF

This TN explains the commands used to remove data from an e.MMC device. All information applies to an automotive e.MMC with controller 5.0.

  • Last Updated: 06/29/2017
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note describes how to configure the high-speed interface timing setting, HS200 and HS400, in e.MMC memory devices.

  • Last Updated: 03/02/2017
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note describes additional data refresh features available in Micron e.MMC automotive 5.0 devices built with Micron firmware.

  • Last Updated: 04/07/2017
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note introduces an optional cache feature available in the Micron automotive e.MMC 5.0 device.

  • Last Updated: 05/21/2017
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note describes performance measurement of the Micron automotive e.MMC 5.0 device during validation and use model simulation.

  • Last Updated: 05/13/2016
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note compares features of the Micron N25Q and Spansion S25FL256S Flash memory devices. Japanese language version.

  • Last Updated: 07/09/2015
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note discusses how a single 24-ball BGA package (6 x 8 mm) can support a variety of flash products, enabling designers to offer a range of densities, features and performance levels simply by replacing the installed flash device.

  • Last Updated: 09/12/2017
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note describes the process for converting a system design from the Micron M29EW devices to MT28EW single-level cell NOR Flash devices, including 128Mb, 256Mb, 512Mb, and 1Gb densities. PCN's 32162, 32163

  • Last Updated: 09/10/2014
  • File Type: PDF

This technical note describes the process for converting a system design for the Macronix MX29GL-G/F and MX68GL-G devices to a system design for the MT28EW parallel NOR Flash devices, 128Mb, 256Mb, 512Mb, and 1Gb densities.

  • Last Updated: 10/23/2014
  • File Type: PDF