Using HM62256 and Intel style timing diagram

Posted on 2004-11-23
Last Modified: 2013-12-09
i have a hardware/design question and i'm hoping that i get some answer or some insight.

using HM62256 32kx8 SDRAM is it possible to use (motorola's) E and R/W! control signals directly without having to create Intel-style RD and WR timing signals?

link to datasheet:

Question by:ransula
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    Accepted Solution

    You must invert E somehow.

    For example

    Author Comment

    thanks mokule,
    i haven't been able to solve this problem yet but your response did get me thinking.
    i also like the stuff on the site very much, unfortunately some of the links on your site (or on the site) don't work

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    No, It's not my site :)

    Author Comment

    oh, ok

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