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Thread: EEPROM with two (or three) wires interface...
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On Mon, 10 Apr 2000 12:47:21 -0400, you wrote:

>Yes, the Atmel serial flash AT49F1614 or AT49F1614T is a 16 MegaBit,
>dual data wide memory (8 or 16 bits), what is perfect.
>
>It was exactly this flash memory what changed my "desire" to produce an
>IDE interface to 1.44MB floppy disk.
>
>I am not quite sure about real time voice recording, because the flash
>recording timmings and techniques are not an easy and fast flow, but
>reading would not be a problem.
The Atmel devices do have RAM buffers, and the larger ones have two
buffers, so 'continuous' writing is possible - I think about
30KByte/sec is do-able

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