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Design Considerations for a Bipolar 256-Bit Random Access Memory

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J. Gray ; Signetics Memory Systems

The increasing use of computers and peripherals with higher speed capabilities generated a demand for a low cost, low power, high-speed memory which is directly compatible with TTL levels and drive requirements. Such a memory could be built into small local storage applications or into the main storage of a computer. The requirements of such a memory are summarized below:

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Computer  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 2 )