Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1970
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The First 256-Bit Static RAM
The 4100
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The 4100

Reading or writing a bit into any of the 4100's two hundred and fifty-six memory cells (the T-shaped features) requires only seventy billionths of a second. The circuits on the bottom are column decoders; those on the right are row decoders, amplifiers, and input/output elements. A signal sent simultaneously to both the row and column decoders activates one cell only. Actual size: 0.104 x .0134 inches.

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