Feature-rich, page erase (as small as 256 bytes) SPI-compatible Serial Flash with advanced protection and security features to provide developers with the most flexible, easy-to-use Serial Flash solution on the market to address virtually any application. Dual-I/O and Quad-I/O interface options provide the ability to double and quadruple read throughputs.
1-Mbit 2.7V Minimum DataFlash Memory
2-Mbit 2.7V Minimum DataFlash Memory
2-Mbit 1.65V Minimum DataFlash Memory
4-Mbit 2.5V Minimum DataFlash Memory or
4-Mbit 2.7V Minimum DataFlash Memory
4-Mbit 1.65V DataFlash Memory
8-Mbit 2.5V Minimum DataFlash Memory or
8-Mbit 2.7V Minimum DataFlash Memory
16-Mbit 2.5V Minimum DataFlash Memory or
16-Mbit 2.7V Minimum DataFlash Memory
16-Mbit 2.3V Minimum DataFlash Memory or
16-Mbit 2.5V Minimum DataFlash Memory
32-Mbit 2.5V Minimum DataFlash Memory or
32-Mbit 2.7V Minimum DataFlash Memory
32Mbit 2.3V Minimum DataFlash Memory or
32Mbit 2.5V Minimum DataFlash Memory
64-Mbit 2.7V Minimum Dual-Interface DataFlash Memory
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1Mb, 2.7V-minimum serial-interface Flash with one 264-byte SRAM Buffer
2Mb, 2.7V-minimum serial-interface Flash with one 264-byte SRAM Buffer
2Mb, 1.65V-minimum SPI DataFlash
4Mb, 2.5V or 2.7V DataFlash
4Mb w/extra 128 Kbits, 1.65V DataFlash
8Mb, 2.5V or 2.7V DataFlash
16Mb, 2.5V or 2.7V DataFlash
16Mb, 2.3V or 2.5V DataFlash
32Mb, 2.5V or 2.7V DataFlash
32Mb, 2.3V or 2.5V Minimum SPI DataFlash
64Mb, 2.7V Dual-Interface Flash with two 1056-byte SRAM Buffers.
This application note describes the use of the Flash Translation Layer (FTL) interface. It describes the features, structure and interface of the FTL library, and how to use this library. Flash memory has a limited program/erase lifecycle and programming and erasing the same block many times will result in bad blocks and shortened flash memory life. The intermediate software layer, FTL, addresses this issue.
Factory Configured DataFlash Binary Page Size options
This application note describes the differences between the AT45DBxxx "B" and new "D" DataFlash families.
The DataFlash is a new Flash family designed specifically for data storage applications. This Application Note describes this family.
This Application Note describes how to record, store and play back sound using any 8-bit AVR MCU with A/D converter, the AT45DB161 DataFlash memory and a few extra components.
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