U61000

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U61000D

U61000 was the first 1-mbit DRAM microchip produced by the German Democratic Republic in September 1988 based on CMOS technology.[1]

  • size: 12.60 mm x 4.53 mm
  • DRAM organisation: 1024k x 1 Bit
  • access time: 100 ns - 120 ns

The first step in the project was to develop the chip, this was called U61000-1. After the design and technology were optimized, the U61000-2.1 was created. The final version for production was called U61000-2.2.[2]


References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.bild.bundesarchiv.de/archives/barchpic/search/_1228628738/?search[view]=detail&search[focus]=1
  2. ^ EMC 2004: 20th European Mask Conference