AMD Am29BDD160: flash memory for automotive environments
AMD announced new 16 Mbit chips Am29BDD160 for automotive environments, including power-train management, high-end engine control modules, and Anti-lock Brake Systems (ABS). According to AMD, they are industry only flash modules with 66 MHz clock and 40úC to +145úC working temperature range.
- 66 MHz data rate, 264 MB/s data throughput
- 54 ns initial or random access, 8 ns burst access
- Simultaneous Read/Write
- User-definable 16-bit or 32-bit databus
- Interface for industry-standard microprocessors including Motorola MPC, Infineon Tri-Core, and Hitachi SH-4 series microcontrollers
- Advanced sector protection architecture
- Ultra-low power consumption (max 5 uA in standby, 30 mA @ 66MHz)
- Acceleration pin to increase in-factory programming performance
- 1 million write/erase cycles plus 20 years´ data retention at 125°C
- Extended temperature range (-40°C to +145°C)
- QS-9000 certification
- 80-Ball Fortified Ball Grid Array (Fortified BGA), 80-Ball Plastic Quad Flat Package (PQFP)
Am29BDD160 samples will cost $6.90 in over 10,000-unit quantities. Volume production is expected late in Q4 2002.
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