MEMORY TESTER


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MEMORY TESTER
MEMORY TESTER
Memory Testing Just like digital testing the testing of memory components started in the sixties with J-K flip-flops and shift registers. Memory densities and speeds are continually driven by market demands. Memory is prevalent in almost all applications that use semiconductors. In 2016, the sales of DRAM of all densities is expected to be around 150 billion units. Semiconductor memories can be categorized into two general types: volatile and nonvolatile. A volatile memory loses its data contents when its power is switched off while a nonvolatile memory retains its data without power. The most common nonvolatile memory is also known as flash memory and is discussed in
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Hwaiyu Geng, CMfgE, PE: Semiconductor Manufacturing Handbook, Second Edition. MEMORY TESTER, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018 2005), AccessEngineering Export