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App note: High density serial flash addressing

Posted on Sunday, July 7th, 2019 in app notes by DP

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Old app note from Macronix about accessing high density serial flash. Link here (PDF)

Many consumer products have converted or are converting from parallel flash to SPI serial flash. Generally, high end applications require higher memory density, but in the past, serial flash densities were limited to 128Mb due to addressing constraints.

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