Tried to apply driver patches provided at Memory Software for Serial NOR - Infineon Technologies on Linux kernel 5.10, but it fails. Is there generic upstream driver support for this flash device?Show Less
I currently specify using the commercial/automotive version of this part (AC10), and am trying to evaluate if the military version (EC10) can be used instead.
The datasheet for the commercial/automotive version shows Cycling Endurance of 100,000 Program-Erase Cycles (min), and the military version shows a Cycling Endurance of only 100 Program-Erase Cycles (min).
If I were to use the military version in the commercial temp range (-40 to +85 C), would the endurance of the military part approach the commercial, or is this lower value typical of the military part?
Are there any other differences between the versions that would make the military version not okay to use?
For MPN 'S29GL064N90TFI010 following parameter not found in datasheet:
1. Theta ja
2. Theta jc
3. Power dissipation rating
4. Maximum Junction temperature
Please provide these parameterShow Less
We recently processed a batch of S29GL128 wafers for assembly of the die into our System-In-Package product.
The wafers were supplied with electronic wafer maps generated by wafer probe test.
The wafer map has bin codes as below, see typical example extracted from the map file:
<Bin BinCode="1" BinCount="1391" BinQuality="Pass" BinDescription="Pass"/>
<Bin BinCode="X" BinCount="79" BinQuality="Fail" BinDescription="Fail"/>
<Bin BinCode="0" BinCount="462" BinQuality="NULL" BinDescription="NULL"/>
There were 8 wafers in one lot, in a single .XML map file for the batch. And 3 wafers from another lot in a single batch .XML file.
After the sub-contractor has picked the die and made the assembly there are some strange results showing in a qty of 160 pcs.
For these 160 PCS we are seeing a different Flash-ID register entry compared with the rest of the die.
Adr 0000h: Should have been: 0001h but we found : FFFFh
Adr 0001h: Should have been: 227Eh but we found : FFFFh
Adr 000Eh: Should have been: 2221h but we found : FFFFh
Adr 000Fh: Should have been: 2201h but we found : FFFFh
Do we have the Single event upset rate or cross section for this part:S25FL512SAGMFA011-? Single event latchup rate?what is the process technology(nm) of this device? Any details will beShow Less
Infineon’s HyperBus Memory Interface and Protocol interface have come a long way since their 2014 introduction by legacy Cypress, now an Infineon company. Today, Infineon’s many memory families include the HyperFlash (3V S26KL-S, 1.8V S26KS-S), HyperRAM 2.0 (3V S27KL-2, 1.8V S27KS-2) and New Semper Flash with HyperBus (3V S26HL-T, 1.8V S26HS-T).
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