digital electronics

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Joined Oct 31, 2019
Which of the following statements are true? Check all that apply.
1.In a Read/Write memory, bit-lines transmit the information to be stored in memory cells, while word-lines transmit the Read/Write command.
2.A 220 x 16 words memory has a 16-bit data bus and a 220-bit address bus.
3.A 220 x 16 words memory requires a 20-to-220 address decoder
4.DRAM basic cell has fewer transistors than the SRAM one and therefore, DRAM memories may have a larger storage capacity than the SRAM memories.
5.DRAM memories retain information even when no power is supplied because they incorporate circuitry that periodically refreshes the information.
6.OTP ROM can be programmed up to 128 times.


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