Random access memory

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Random access memory Sequential circuits all depend upon the presence of memory. A flip-flop can store one bit of information. A register can store a single “word,” typically 32-64 bits. Random access memory, or RAM, allows us to store even larger amounts of data. Today we’ll see: The basic interface to memory. How you can implement static RAM chips hierarchically. This is the last piece we need to put together a computer!

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