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CATALYST SEMICONDUCTOR ANNOUNCES CASCADABLE 128KBIT I2C SERIAL EEPROM




(PRWEB) October 2, 2002

CATALYST SEMICONDUCTOR ANNOUNCES




CASCADABLE 128KBIT I2C SERIAL EEPROM

Sunnyvale, Calif. (September 30, 2002) — Catalyst Semiconductor (Nasdaq: CATS) today

announced the availability of the CAT24AC128, a 128kbit I2C serial EEPROM memory

organized as 16,384 words of 8 bits each. Featuring three chip address lines, up

to 8 devices can share a common 2-wire I2C bus. The CAT24AC128 can be used in

systems that require a 1Mbit address space.

Multiple write and read operating modes increase application versatility. By using

the page write mode, up to 64 bytes of data can be written with a single write

cycle, thus making efficient use of the system processor. The entire memory array

can be hardware write protected with the WP pin. Three different read operations

are possible: immediate/current address read, selective/random read and sequential read.

CAT24AC128 I2C Serial EEPROM Features

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High Density: 128kbits of 16,384 words of 8 bits

Three Chip Address Lines

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