'I2C RAM (not EEPROM)'
Am using a 16F84 to retransmit a radio packet,
and need extra RAM for the packet (512 Bytes)
The 1M R/W limit on the 24LC21 will be reached within 100 days.
So has anyone used any I2C 1K+ serial Rams (where of course there is no
Tks for the help I got regarding my last 16F877 question
Found a nice bit of 16F877 code at
under 8 chl datalogger Aug99
Check out the TAPR PIC-SIG, there is already some code to do
what you want using the Ramtrom Ferro-Ram chips.
Grant Forest wrote:
At 02:36 AM 3/13/00 -0500, Jeff King wrote:
>Check out the TAPR PIC-SIG, there is already some code to do
>what you want using the Ramtrom Ferro-Ram chips.
I'm basically doing the same sort of thing (buffering an RF packet). The
Ramtron's look nice, and I'm seeing if there is any reason I couldn't use
them. I haven't worked out a longevity model at 10Giga writes/reads,
because I don't have my usage nailed down yet.
Future has the 2KByte version in stock for $1.80 a piece...
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