11/1/2004 - White Electronic Designs Corporation (NASDAQ:WEDC), continues to provide complete solutions with the availability of its 128MB Synchronous DRAM. The SDRAM is organized as 16M x 64 packaged in a 21mm x 21mm, 441mm2, 219 plastic ball grid array (PBGA) and weighs 2 grams (typical). It is user configurable as 2 x 16M x 32 and 4 x 16M x 16 and it is offered in commercial, industrial and military temperature ranges.
Benefits include a 58% space savings versus Thin Small Outline Package (TSOP), reduced trace lengths for lower capacitance and reduced part count. WEDPN16M64V-XB2X is a smaller version of our previous WEDPN16M64V-XBX, with the same pinout for design compatibility with existing designs. It delivers high density for increased performance in a smaller form factor. It is also upgradeable to 32M x 64 density (Contact factory for information).
For high speed operation, the 128MB (1Gb) SDRAM uses an internal pipelined operation where the column address can be changed every clock cycle. The device offers high frequency ranges of 100 and 125MHz. It is fully synchronous with all signals registered on the positive edge of system clock cycle.
White Electronic Designs Corporation designs, develops and manufactures innovative solutions for three high technology sectors in military, industrial and commercial markets; advanced semiconductor packaging, high-density memory products and state-of-the-art microelectronic multi-chip modules for data communications and telecommunications providers, defense and aerospace system suppliers; ruggedized high-legibility flat panel display for commercial/military aircraft and ordnance delivery systems; interface storage and retrieval devices, and electromechanical assemblies for OEM's in commercial and military markets. White is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and has design and manufacturing centers in Arizona, Indiana, Oregon and Ohio. To learn more about White Electronic Designs, visit our web site at www.wedc.com.
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