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On-die termination (ODT) in QDRII+ SRAMs doe not impact core power. Hence the Idd current specified in the datasheet for ODT  and non-ODT parts will be the same.

   

This is because the ODT circuit within the device is powered by Vddq(I/O voltage supply) and not Vdd (core voltage supply).

   

For more details refer to application note AN42468 in the link below:

   

http://www.cypress.com/?rID=12890

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Anonymous
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On-die termination (ODT) in QDRII+ SRAMs doe not impact core power. Hence the Idd current specified in the datasheet for ODT  and non-ODT parts will be the same.

   

This is because the ODT circuit within the device is powered by Vddq(I/O voltage supply) and not Vdd (core voltage supply).

   

For more details refer to application note AN42468 in the link below:

   

http://www.cypress.com/?rID=12890

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Anonymous
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Hi 

   

   i want to know the purpose of the ODT . I have the doc of the ODT, i have a doubt that it effect the calibration of the memory .

   

 I need a help, i am in confuse

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PriteshM_61
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Hi Subashbabu,

   

 

   

We have received the similar query from you on the following forum post. Please refer the same for my response.

   

http://www.cypress.com/?app=forum&id=64&rID=52728

   

 

   

Also, I came to know that you have opened a technical support case with us. Please let us know if you would like to have a call on this issue.

   

 

   

Thanks

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