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FRAM MCU Key Strengths and Applications

Authored on: Sep 20, 2010

Technical Paper / Application Note

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Fujitsu's Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (FRAM) microcontroller (MCU), which features embedded, non-volatile FRAM, is part of the company's 8-bit microcontroller 8FX family. The new embedded FRAM memory technology can be configured either as Read-Only Memory (ROM) or Random-Access Memory (RAM). The FRAM microcontroller has the added benefits of high-speed programming and low power consumption.
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sharps_eng Posted Nov 17, 2010

I have said elsewhere I think FRAM is great. This example is a very small MCU, but all 8K is FRAM so maximum flexibility in partitioning program area, RAM and NVRAM, with byte-resolution fences between them. Could work well for small logging applications and security like fingerprint ID.

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