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A Bipolar 16K ROM Utilizing Schottky Diode Cells

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3 Author(s)
Gunn, J.F. ; Bell Telephone Laboratories ; Lynes, D.J. ; Pritchett, R.L.

As bipolar circuits assume more of a role in microprocessor oriented systems, it becomes advantageous to extend the application of bipolar technology to a large mask programmable ROM. This paper will describe a 16K bipolar ROM, organized as 2K x 8 bits, which utilizes for its basic memory cell a simple and compact Schottky diode.

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Computer  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 7 )