DOI: 10.1109/isscc.1983.1156469
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Abstract: It is rare to see an entire ISSCC session devoted exclusively to designs all aimed at one standard pinning specification. This reflects the dominant inportance of the M OS memory in both the marketplace and as a driver for the continued development of advanced low defect density processes, The way 4K density parts have evolved through 16K and 64K t o the present group of 256K X 1 devices in less than a decade is one of the most accurate measures of progress in the industry. Over this period, the 16-pin multip…

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