TI introduces military SRAMs

The military semiconductor division of Texas Instruments is offering a new high-performance static random access memory (SRAM) for military applications. The SMJ684002 is a 304-bit CMOS SRAM organized as 524 288-words of eight bits each. It is available in industry-standard ceramic flatpack, and TI engineers plan to introduce a ceramic small outline J-leaded package by April. In addition, TI officials expect to receive a standard microcircuit drawing from the Defense Supply Center Columbus in Co

The military semiconductor division of Texas Instruments is offering a new high-performance static random access memory (SRAM) for military applications. The SMJ684002 is a 304-bit CMOS SRAM organized as 524 288-words of eight bits each. It is available in industry-standard ceramic flatpack, and TI engineers plan to introduce a ceramic small outline J-leaded package by April. In addition, TI officials expect to receive a standard microcircuit drawing from the Defense Supply Center Columbus in Columbus, Ohio by April. For more information, phone TI marketing at 915-561-6977. - J.K.

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