Datasheet for Intel 1103 DRAM?

Josh Dersch derschjo at msu.edu
Tue Sep 9 03:08:16 CDT 2008


Excellent -- thanks (and thanks to everyone else who provided info!).  
I've verified that the power supply is putting out the correct voltages 
w/no appreciable ripple. (5V, 19V, and 23V).  Now on to bigger and 
better things, maybe...

Josh

Scanning wrote:
> Josh,
>
> It is a little complicated, but here it is;
>
> For a straight N/C part, Vss = 16 Volts and Vbb = 19 Volts. The spec is a
> little hard to interpret because it says Vbb - Vss = 3 to 4 Volts. But
> obviously if you subtract 19 - 16 Volts you get 3 Volts. For the other
> versions;
>
> 1103 -1    = +19 and +22 Volts
> 1103 -A   = +16 and +19 Volts
> 1103 -A1 = +19 and +22 Volts
> 1103 -A2 = +19 and +22 Volts
>
> Confused yet ?   Hope this helps !
>
> Best regards, Steven
>
>
>
>
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>> Anyone have a copy of this in digital format?  Can't find this on the
>> 'net.
>>
>> Trying to work out what voltages the power supply in the ND-821 is
>> supposed to put out.  From testing,  it looks like 5v, 18v, and 24v.
>> Knowing what the RAM requires will help nail this down, since it's
>> powered separately from the main logic.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Josh
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