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Definition funny of Eeprom:

urbanElectically Eraseable Programmable Read Only Memory. An EPROM that can be erased with a higher voltage than it is programmed with.

urbanThe robot worked fine until it's EEPROMs were erased by the power line.

songs

Songs about Eeprom:

songsGrindhouse (Dubfire Terror Planet Remix) [feat. Danton Eeprom] by Radio Slave from the Album Nervous Nitelife: New Headliners V.1

songsBlue (Danton Eeprom Remix) by Yvi Slan from the Album Yvi Slan

songsBlue Danton Eeprom (Remix) by Yvi Slan from the Album Dubaï Night, Vol. 1 (Dubaï Electro Destination)

songsCities Burning Down (Danton Eeprom Remix) by Howling Bells from the Album Cities Burning Down - EP

songsCreme Fraiche By Danton Eeprom Feat. Massimo Sex D'electro by Various artists from the Album Berlin.Selektro.Technik Compilation Vol.1

songsCrush (Danton Eeprom Candy Remix) by Acumen from the Album Crush

songsCyanide and happiness (Danton Eeprom Remix) by Various Artists from the Album Cyanide And Happiness

books

Books about Eeprom:

booksEeprom: Webster's Timeline History, 1984 - 2004 by Icon Group International (Jul 11, 2009)

booksEeprom Memory Products Databook: 1st Edition by Sgs-Thomson Microelectronics (Jan 1, 1995)

booksSTMICROELECTRONICS UNVEILS 1-MBIT SERIAL EEPROM.: An article from: Electro Manufacturing by Gale Reference Team (Aug 21, 2007)

booksMICROCHIP TECHNOLOGY DEBUTS FIRST 512 KBIT I2C SERIAL EEPROM IN 8-LEAD SOIC PACKAGE.(Microchip Technology 24LC515... (Jun 1, 2005)

booksMicrocontrôleur 68HC11 et les versions UVPROM et EEPROM: Description by Tavernier (Aug 7, 1997)

books1993 Memory Products Data Book (Document No. 60105 - 1, Volume 2 of 2: SRAMs, ASMs, EEPROMs) by NEC Electronics Inc. (1993)

booksThe Role of EEPROM Devices in Upcoming ISDN Applications by Herbert L. Nette (1991)

wiki

Wiki information Eeprom:

EEPROM

EEPROM stands for Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory and is a type of non-volatile memory used in computers and other electronic devices to store small amounts of data that must be saved when power is removed, e.g., calibration...

Flash memory

Flash memory is an electronic non-volatile computer storage medium that can be electrically erased and reprogrammed. Introduced by Toshiba in 1984, flash memory was developed from EEPROM. There are two main types of flash memory, which are named...