Volatile Memories- Handbook On Design And Power-delay Analysis For Sram And Dram
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Volatile Memories- Handbook On Design And Power-delay Analysis For Sram And Dram

By: Dr. Sandeep Dhariwal,Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra,Dr. Rajkumar Sarma,
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A memory in terms of computer hardware is a storage unit. A memory used in electronically devices stores data in a matrix of cells. The data consists of a logical "1" or "0". There are many different types of hardware used for storage, such as magnetic hard drives and tapes, optical discs such as CDs and DVDs, and electronic memory in form of integrated memory or stand-alone chips. An electronic memory is used to store data or programs, and is a key component in all computers today. It is built up of small units called bits which can hold one binary symbol of data (referred to as a '1' or a '0'). These bits are then grouped together into bytes (8 bits) or words (usually in the range of 16- 64 bits). Semiconductor memories are most often classified on the basis of memory functionality, access patterns, and the nature of the storage mechanism. A memory where we can read the stored data only is called Read-Only Memory (ROM).

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  • Language:English
  • ISBN13:978-93-90651-95-5

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A memory in terms of computer hardware is a storage unit. A memory used in electronically devices stores data in a matrix of cells. The data consists of a logical "1" or "0". There are many different types of hardware used for storage, such as magnetic hard drives and tapes, optical discs such as CDs and DVDs, and electronic memory in form of integrated memory or stand-alone chips. An electronic memory is used to store data or programs, and is a key component in all computers today. It is built up of small units called bits which can hold one binary symbol of data (referred to as a '1' or a '0'). These bits are then grouped together into bytes (8 bits) or words (usually in the range of 16- 64 bits). Semiconductor memories are most often classified on the basis of memory functionality, access patterns, and the nature of the storage mechanism. A memory where we can read the stored data only is called Read-Only Memory (ROM).

About Author

Dr. Sandeep Dhariwal

Dr. Sandeep Dhariwal

(Dr. Sandeep Dhariwal received his B.E. in 2004 from C.R.S.C.E. Murthal (M.D.U. Rohtak) in ECE. He completed his M.Tech from G.J.U.S.T. Hisar in 2008 in VLSI Design and Embedded Systems. He completed his Ph.D. in 2015 from Banasthali University- Banasthali (Rajasthan) in Electronics Engineering. Currently he is working as an associate professor in ACED, Alliance University (central Campus) Bengaluru (INDIA). His area of research includes low power VLSI design, Testing of VLSI circuits, Digital VLSI Design. He has published many research articles in reputed national and international journals and conferences.)

Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra

Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra

(Dr. Ravi Shankar Mishra has received his Ph.D. in 2011 and M.Tech. in 2005 from N.I.T. Bhopal. He has completed his PG Diploma in VLSI Design from C-DAC Bangalore. He has 19+ years of research and academic experience in repute institutions such as Lovely Professional University (LPU) Punjab, Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences (SUAS), Indore, Guru Nanak Institute of Technology (GNIT) Hyderabad. He has handled the important position of responsibilities like Dean, Head of Department, Research Coordinator, etc. He has published more than 40 research papers in reputed international journals and international conference proceedings including SCI, Scopus. He is also a reviewer of many Journals. One copyright and two books are registered with his name. He has supervised 3 Ph.D. scholars and 18 dissertations at the PG level. He is a Life Fellow Member of the Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) and International Association of Engineers(IAENG). His research contributions have been in the area of designing efficient PUF based circuits to using CMOS for generating the secure key)

Dr. Rajkumar Sarma

Dr. Rajkumar Sarma

(Dr. Rajkumar Sarma received his B.E. in Electronics and Communications Engineering from Vinayaka Mission’s University, Salem, India in 2008. He received his M.Tech as well as Ph.D. degrees from Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab in the years 2012 & 2020 respectively. He is working as an Assistant Professor (Senior Grade) in the School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Jain (Deemed-To-Be-University), Ramanagara, Karnataka. His research interests include Analog and Digital VLSI design, Prototype development using FPGA etc. The author has around 20+ research publications in SCI/Scopus indexed reputed Journals and national/international Conferences. Moreover, the author has 15+ patents/copyrights published in various engineering fields. He has also authored and edited several books and book chapters from reputed publishers.)

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