Memories in Wireless Systems

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Rino Micheloni, Giovanni Campardo, Piero Olivo
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 24, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 310 pages
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For the technological progress in communication technology it is necessary that the advanced studies in circuit and software design are accompanied with recent results of the technological research and physics in order to exceed its limitations.

This book is a guide which treats many components used in mobile communications, and in particular focuses on non-volatile memories. It emerges following the conducting line of the non-volatile memory in the wireless system: On the one hand it develops the foundations of the interdisciplinary issues needed for design analysis and testing of the system. On the other hand it deals with many of the problems appearing when the systems are realized in industrial production. These cover the difficulties from the mobile system to the different types of non-volatile memories.

The book explores memory cards, multichip technologies, and algorithms of the software management as well as error handling. It also presents techniques of assurance for the single components and a guide through the Datasheet lectures.

 

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Contents

Hardware Platforms for ThirdGeneration Mobile Terminals
1
Nonvolatile Memories NOR vs NAND Architectures
29
Nonvolatile Memories Novel Concepts and Emerging Technologies
55
Memory Cards
66
Multichip
95
Software Management of Flash Memories
134
Error Correction Codes
159
Board Level Reliability
185
Reliability in Wireless Systems
220
How to Read a Datasheet1
249
Appendix A
285
Index
305
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