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Hello, Could you provide the comparison chart of "Hyper bus" vs "octal SPI"  used in Hyper RAM   ? We would like you to create with forcing on the def... Show More
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Hello, I am looking for S70KL1283 IBIS models for simulations, but I cannot find it. The model I need is S70KL1283DPBHV020  Thank you. Show More
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Hello, I am looking for advice in using an Infineon S27KS0642 64Mb HyperRAM chip on a STM32L4R5Z and configured via CUBE. I have it working, so I am p... Show More
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Hi, In our design we want to connect a Hyperam S27KS0643GABHV020 to FlexIO port1 of NXP Processor RT1176. Can you please share if there are any test r... Show More
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On HyperBUS specification it is shown that slave devices can be paralleled on the same bus however in e.g. HyperRAM layout guidelines there is no guid... Show More
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Datasheet Info : Name – S80KS5122  512 Mb: HYPERRAM™ self-refresh dynamic RAM (DRAM) with HYPERBUS™ interface 1.8 V Revision - 002-31338 Rev. *B Date ... Show More
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Hello,we had to replace the S70KL1281 with the S70KL1283 due to availability. Unfortunately that did not work. Now we have seen in the data sheet that... Show More
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Is there any suggested footprint for the PG-BGA-24-803 package? Or any suggested pad size?

Thanks in advance!

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Are there any Hyper RAM devices that can withstand 5+ krad?   If not, are there similar devices that would be recommended?  I need: - 256Mb+ - 200MHz+... Show More
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Hi, I have a board that has some nets incorrectly connected between the processor and the HyperRAM device(S27KS0642GABHV020). The processor is a NXP I... Show More
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Hyper RAM

HyperRAM™ memory Forum discusses self-refresh DRAM operating on the 12-pin HyperBus interface. With a read throughput up to 333 MB/s, the HyperRAM for SoCs with limited on-board RAM providing external scratch-pad memory for fast read and write operations.