RamBUS is better than the other memory chips in terms of
Explanation: The RAMBUS is much advanced mode of memory storage.
The key feature of the RAMBUS tech is ________
Explanation: The RAMBUS was developed basically to lessen the data transfer time.
The increase in operation speed is done by
Explanation: The reference voltage is reduced from the Vsupply about 2v.
The data is transfered over the RAMBUS as _______
Explanation: By using voltage swings to transfer data, transfer rate along with efficiency is improved.
The type of signaling used in RAMBUS is ______
Explanation: The differential signaling basically means using voltage swings to transmit data.
The special communication used in RAMBUS are _________
Explanation: The special communication link is used to provide the necessary deign and required hardware for the transmission.
The original design of the RAMBUS required for ________ data lines.
Explanation: Out of the 9 data lines, 8 were used for data transmission and the one left was used for parity checking.
The RAMBUS requires specially designed memory chips similar to _____
Explanation: The special memory chip should be able to transmit data on both the edges and is called as RDRAM’s.
A RAMBUS which has 18 data lines is called as _______
Explanation: The direct RAMBUS is used to transmit 2 bytes of data at a time.
The RDRAM chips assembled into larger memory modules called ______
If the transistor gate is closed, then the ROM stores a value of 1.
Explanation: If the gate of the transistor is closed then, the value of zero is stored in the ROM.
PROM stands for __________
Explanation: It allows the user to program the ROM.
The PROM is more effective than ROM chips in regard to _______
Explanation: The PROM is cheaper than ROM as they can be programmed manually.
The difference between the EPROM and ROM circuitory is _____
Explanation: The EPROM uses an extra transistor where the ground connection is there in the ROM chip.
The ROM chips are mainly used to store _______
Explanation: The ROM chips are used to store boot files required for the system start up.
The contents of the EPROM are earsed by ________
Explanation: To erase the contents of the EPROM the chip is exposed to the UV rays, which disipate the charge on the transistor.
The disadvantage of the EPROM chip is _______
EEPROM stands for Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory.
Explanation: The disadvantages of the EPROM led to the development of the EEPROM
The disadvantage of the EEPROM is/are ________
The memory devices which are similar to EEPROM but differ in the cost effectiveness is ______
Explanation: The flash memory functions similar to the EEPROM but is much cheaper.
The only difference between the EEPROM and flash memory is that the latter doesn’t allow bulk data to be written.
Explanation: This is not permitted as the previous contents of the cells will be over written.
The flash memories find application in ______
Explanation: The flash memories low power requirement enables them to be used in a wide range of hand held devices.
The memory module obtained by placing a number of flash chips for higher memory storage called as _______
The flash memory modules designed to replace the functioning of an harddisk is ______
Explanation: The flash drives have been developed to provide faster operation but with lesser space.
The reason for the fast operating speeds of the flash drives is
Explanation: Since the flash drives have no movable parts their access and seeks times are reasonably reduced.