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The below tool enables calculation of the Core power, Output switching power consumption, Input & Output termination power dissipation and Junction temperature for Sync SRAMs.
This tool includes the link for the tool which calculates, extrapolate IDD values for any arbitrary Frequency below the max frequency specified in the Data sheet.
Please refer to the respective product datasheets to get the Vdd voltage, Frequency and Idd current used in the formula.Show Less
Did you know that Cypress products are available for sale in Wafer and Die form? These are typically assembled by vendors with other devices (in similar die form) into a Multi-Chip module (MCM), which helps in reducing board space.
Please contact www.cypress.com/support with your requirements or for more details.
Cypress continues to expand it's portfolio of Low Power SRAM's with a 128 Mbit SRAM (4Mb x 32 configuration). The part is called CY62192ESL. Production ramp is expected from October 2011.Show Less
Ultra Low Power SRAMs also called as More Battery Life (MoBL) have made their way into various applications-
mobile phones, PDAs, Point of Sale (POS) terminals and pacemakers etc. Most of the applications use a Battery
and an SRAM to store critical data in case of power failure. The critical data is stored in the SRAM powered
by a battery. Hence,low standby power is a critical requirement for the MoBL SRAM. Battery backed
applications are used extensively due to low cost-simple-quick-to-market system solutions. Over the years due
to the advantage of technology/device scaling, easy migration happened from 250nm to 90nm for MoBL SRAMs. For
example 4M (Buswidth/Databits of 😎 MoBL Cypress SRAM in 250nm had speed of 70ns and ISB max of 20uA and the
same 4M MoBL Cypress SRAM offered in 90nm has speed of 45ns and ISB max of 7uA under same conditions. Even
before the device scaling happened, the need for faster data rates in these applications demanded more
databits/Buswidth for MoBL SRAM. Thus,MoBL devices with Buswidth/Databits of 16 have emerged. And also over
the years the need existed for large amount of critical data to be stored in these applications made to
achieve huge memory (SRAM)arrays with the help of device scaling. Today in 90nm technology as high as 64M
(Buswidth of x16) density is offered by Cypress. Now Cypress being the Market leader for these MoBL SRAMs; is
truly committed to Customers in offering Best-In-Class MoBL SRAM devices and is constantly thriving hard to
improve the specs for these MoBL SRAMsShow Less