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Non Volatile RAM (F-RAM & NVSRAM) Forum Discussions

aybuke
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Hello,

We plan to use your CYPT15B102Q-GGMB type F-RAM as an Engineering Model  and its QML-V version as a Flight Model.  

According to the below Ordering Information, 5962R-182160101VXC is given as QML-V type code but it looks different from the Standard Microcircuit Drawing  Part Identifying Numbers. The Device type designator (01) appears to be written twice in the part number.  The corresponding Standard Microcircuit Drawing Number 5962-18216 and related document couldn't be found in the DLA records. If this information is available, is it possible to send it to us? Also, the part number 5962R-182160101VXC can not be found in the QPL list.  Because of the mentioned F-RAM is Radiation Tolerant, not Radiation Hardened,  is it correct to have the letter "R" in the Part Identifying Number?

What is the technology of the mentioned F-RAM? Can we say CMOS?

Is there a MTBF or FIT value for the mentioned F-RAM?

Thanks & Best Regards,

Ayten BUKE

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PradiptaB_11
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Hi Ayten,

I would request you to kindly create a support query with us for all the above queries. Since the concerned part is a military part we will not be able to share most of the details on the public forum related to this part. 

FRAM cannot be termed as CMOS. We have a  article on the technology brief of FRAM. Please use the below link to read it.

https://www.cypress.com/file/46186/download

Thanks,

Pradipta.

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PradiptaB_11
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500 replies posted 250 solutions authored 250 replies posted

Hi Ayten,

I would request you to kindly create a support query with us for all the above queries. Since the concerned part is a military part we will not be able to share most of the details on the public forum related to this part. 

FRAM cannot be termed as CMOS. We have a  article on the technology brief of FRAM. Please use the below link to read it.

https://www.cypress.com/file/46186/download

Thanks,

Pradipta.