The data is read or written between the start and stop conditions on every transition of SCL from high to low. Interface SD Card with Arduino. It was also used on video game cartridges to save game progress and configurations, before the usage of external and internal flash memories. Flash memory is a type of EEPROM designed for high speed and high density, at the expense of large erase blocks typically bytes or larger and limited number of write cycles often 10, In other words, it uses tunnel junction mechanism. Magnetic tape Hard disk drive.
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Multibyte Write. The Multibyte Write mode can be started from any address in the memory. The master sends from one up to 4 bytes of data, which are each acknowledged by the mem- ory.
The transfer is terminated by the master gen- erating a STOP condition. Writing more than 4 bytes in the Multibyte Write mode may modify data bytes in an adjacent row one row is 8 bytes long. However, the Multibyte Write can properly write up to 8 consecutive bytes only if the first address of these 8 bytes is the first address of the row, the 7 following bytes being written in the 7 following bytes of this same row.
Page Write. The master sends from one up to 8 bytes of data, which are each acknowledged by the memory. After each byte is transfered, the internal byte address counter 3 least significant bits only is incremented. The transfer is terminated by the master generating a STOP condition. Note that, for any write mode, the generation by the master of the STOP condition starts the internal memory program cycle.
All inputs are disabled until the completion of this cycle and the memory will not respond to any request.
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