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2Gb Verilog model Rev 7.30
Reset NAND before write protect check.
If the bitflips num over mtd->bitflip_threshold the mtd_read_oob will return -EUCLEAN and tags->ecc_result > YAFFS_ECC_RESULT_NO_ERROR. Then we will call yaffs_handle_chunk_error.
NANDcode is a "C" FTL (Flash Translation Layer) software library for ARM platform.
M60A, M61A, M62B, M68A, M68M, M70M, M71M, M72A, M73A, M79M. Download the technical note for this driver here.
M68A, M69A, M60A
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This technical note describes one-time programmable operations in Micron's 2Gb: x8, x16 NAND Flash memory devices.
This technical note supplements the product change notification (PCN) covering the transition from Micron® 50-series (50nm) to 60-series (34nm) single-level cell (SLC) NAND Flash devices.
Download the low-level driver described in this document here.
This technical note discusses the adverse effects of high temperature and PROGRAM/ ERASE (P/E) cycles on flash memory data retention and how the REFRESH operation can be used to mitigate these adverse effects.
This technical note explains the device features that enable NV-DDR2 and provides guidelines for system designs to enable I/O transfer rates of up to 400 MT/s using the NV-DDR2 interface.
This technical note describes the block lock feature on Micron's MT29F NAND Flash memory devices.
This technical note explains how to read, program, and manage small page NAND memory.