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An article published in the March 2010 GSA Forum

Article "A Flexible, Field-programmable ROM Replacement" by Jim Lipman, Marketing Director, Sidense and Todd Humes, Vice President, Product Engineering, Sidense

Abstract -   For large amounts of on-chip code and data, mask read-only memory (ROM) provides an inexpensive and easily programmed storage mechanism. However, the inability to configure ROM after wafer processing means that information stored in the ROM cannot be changed in the field.  Read the complete story....

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