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xiaowei_li_3787
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HiI am using the flash chip of CYPRESS,S25FL128SAGNFI000, but I have some questions that i don't understand when I do the simulation.I am doing the si... Show More
zaghc_4105406
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Hello,I was wondering if the new S70GL02GS11FHI010 2-Gbit Parallel NOR flash from Cypress can replace the PC28F00BM29EWHA made by Micron. Both devices... Show More
xiaowei_li_3787
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HiI am using the flash chip of CYPRESS,S25FL128SAGNFI000, there is a question that I do not really understand.Would you help me to solve it?Here is th... Show More
dacoc_1931336
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Hi guys,I would transfer files from pc into S25FL128S.This flash is connected by SPI with an ARM Cortex M4 (called Teensy 3.2) Schema: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/schematic.html... Show More
tothc_1182036
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Hi,   I am using S29GL064N parallel NOR flash memory with LPC1857 microcontroller.I would like to create a flash file system in the S29GL064N parallel... Show More
RiMa_4112371
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Do you have any active parts that would work as a direct drop-in replacement for the S25FL032P-0XMFI011 (32-Mb NOR FLASH memory)?  Using a chip with a... Show More
xiaowei_li_3787
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HiI am using the flash chip of CYPRESS,S25FL128SAGNFI000, but there comes some simulation errors when I do the program simulation.Here are the details... Show More
sasmc_4062316
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In one of our program we are using the cypress S29GL512S Flash device for memory storage. In verification stage we are trying to simulate the model (F... Show More
user_4104191
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Hi,During FTP flashing, I am getting "type of Flash = 0x4 instead of 0x7e".  what could be the probable fault ? Show More
MiRo_263836
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Could you help me identify a replacement?  Something that is drop in would be great.  If no drop in, a device with  no or minimal code changes to supp... Show More
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The NOR Flash Memory forum discusses critical safety features for automotive and industrial systems, and Semper NOR Flash Memory with ASIL-B compliant and ASIL-D-ready.