New memory offered for popular DSPs

Designers at Electronic Designs Inc. of Westborough, Mass., are offering a high-speed asynchronous, 5-volt, 16-megabit static random access memory (SRAM) for digital signal processors from Analog Devices, Motorola, and Texas Instruments. These SRAMs are available with access times of 12, 15, 17, and 20 nanoseconds. Organized at 512K-by-32, the device can function as a single-chip external data memory for the TI 320C3X and 320C4X, the Motorola DSP96002, or the Analog Devices SHARC DSPs. Users als

Nov 1st, 1997

Designers at Electronic Designs Inc. of Westborough, Mass., are offering a high-speed asynchronous, 5-volt, 16-megabit static random access memory (SRAM) for digital signal processors from Analog Devices, Motorola, and Texas Instruments. These SRAMs are available with access times of 12, 15, 17, and 20 nanoseconds. Organized at 512K-by-32, the device can function as a single-chip external data memory for the TI 320C3X and 320C4X, the Motorola DSP96002, or the Analog Devices SHARC DSPs. Users also can organize the device as 1M-by-16, or use three devices organized as 1M-by-48 for the SHARC. For more information, contact EDI by phone at 800-223-0979, or on the World Wide Web at http://www. electronic-designs.com/. - J.K.

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