28F160F3 Datasheet PDF - Intel

Part Number 28F160F3
Manufacturers Intel 
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28F160F3 datasheet, circuit
28F800F3, 28F160F3
Includes Extended and Automotive Temperature Specifications
n High Performance
54 MHz Effective Zero Wait-State
Synchronous Burst-Mode Reads
Asynchronous Page-Mode Reads
n SmartVoltage Technology
2.7 V3.6 V Read and Write
Operations for Low Power Designs
12 V VPP Fast Factory Programming
n Flexible I/O Voltage
1.65 V I/O Reduces Overall System
Power Consumption
5 V-Safe I/O Enables Interfacing to
5 V Devices
n Enhanced Data Protection
Absolute Write Protection with
Block Locking
Block Erase/Program Lockout
during Power Transitions
n Density Upgrade Path
8- and 16-Mbit
n Manufactured on ETOX™ V Flash
n Supports Code Plus Data Storage
Optimized for Flash Data Integrator
(FDI) Software
Fast Program Suspend Capability
Fast Erase Suspend Capability
n Flexible Blocking Architecture
Eight 4-Kword Blocks for Data
32-Kword Main Blocks for Code
Top or Bottom Configurations
n Extended Cycling Capability
Minimum 10,000 Block Erase Cycles
n Low Power Consumption
Automatic Power Savings Mode
Decreases Power Consumption
n Automated Program and Block Erase
Command User Interface for
Status Register for System
n Industry-Standard Packaging
56-Lead SSOP
Intel’s Fast Boot Block memory family renders high performance asynchronous page-mode and synchronous
burst reads making it an ideal memory solution for burst CPUs. Combining high read performance with the
intrinsic non-volatility of flash memory, this flash memory family eliminates the traditional redundant memory
paradigm of shadowing code from a slow nonvolatile storage source to a faster execution memory for
improved system performance. Therefore, it reduces the total memory requirement which helps increase
reliability and reduce overall system power consumption and cost.
This family of products is manufactured on Intel’s 0.4 µm ETOX™ V process technology. They are available
in industry-standard packages: the µBGA* CSP, ideal for board-constrained applications, and the rugged
56-lead SSOP.
May 1998
Order Number: 290644-001

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This datasheet contains 8- and 16-Mbit Fast Boot
Block memory information. Section 1.0 provides a
flash memory overview. Sections 2.0 through 8.0
describe the memory functionality and electrical
specifications for extended and automotive
temperature product offerings.
1.2 Product Overview
The Fast Boot Block flash memory family provides
density upgrades with pinout compatibility for 8- and
16-Mbit densities. This family of products are high
performance, low voltage memories with a 16-bit
data bus and individually erasable blocks. These
blocks are optimally sized for code and data
storage. Eight 4-Kword parameter blocks are
positioned at either the top (denoted by -T suffix) or
bottom (denoted by -B suffix) of the address map.
The rest of the device is grouped into
32-Kword main blocks. The upper two (or lower
two) parameter and all main blocks can be locked
for complete code protection.
The device’s optimized architecture and interface
dramatically increases read performance beyond
previously attainable levels. It supports
asynchronous page-mode and synchronous burst
reads from main blocks (parameter blocks support
single asynchronous and synchronous reads).
Upon initial power-up or return from reset, the
device defaults to a page-mode read configuration.
Page-mode read configuration is ideal for non-clock
memory systems and is compatible with page-
mode ROM. Synchronous burst reads are enabled
by writing to the read configuration register. In
synchronous burst mode, the CLK input increments
an internal burst address generator, synchronizes
the flash memory with the host CPU, and outputs
data on every rising (or falling) CLK edge up to
54 MHz (25 MHz for automotive temperature). An
output signal, WAIT#, is also provided to ease CPU
to flash memory communication and
synchronization during continuous burst operations.
In addition to the enhanced architecture and
interface, this family of products incorporates
SmartVoltage technology which enables fast factory
programming and low power designs. Specifically
designed for low voltage systems, Fast Boot Block
flash memory components support read operations
at 2.7 V (3.3 V for automotive temperature) VCC and
block erase and program operations at 2.7 V
(3.3 V for automotive temperature) and 12 V VPP.
The 12 V VPP option renders the fastest program
performance to increase factory programming
throughput. With the 2.7 V (3.3 V for automotive
temperature) VPP option, VCC and VPP can be tied
together for a simple, low power design. In addition
to the voltage flexibility, the dedicated VPP pin gives
complete data protection when VPP VPPLK.
The flexible input/output (I/O) voltage capability
helps reduce system power consumption and
simplify interfacing to sub 2.7 V and 5 V CPUs.
Powered by VCCQ pins, the I/O buffers can operate
at a lower voltage than the flash memory core. With
VCCQ voltage at 1.65 V, the I/Os swing between
GND and 1.65 V, reducing I/O power consumption
by 65% over standard 3 V flash memory
components. The low voltage and 5 V-safe feature
also helps ease CPU interfacing by adapting to the
CPU’s bus voltage.
The device’s Command User Interface (CUI) serves
as the interface between the system processor and
internal flash memory operation. A valid command
sequence written to the CUI initiates device
automation. This automation is controlled by an
internal Write State Machine (WSM) which
automatically executes the algorithms and timings
necessary for block erase and program operations.
The status register provides WSM feedback by
signifying block erase or program completion and
Block erase and program automation allows erase
and program operations to be executed using an
industry-standard two-write command sequence. A
block erase operation erases one block at a time,
and data is programmed in word increments. Erase
suspend allows system software to suspend an
ongoing block erase operation in order to read from
or program data to any other block. Program
suspend allows system software to suspend an
ongoing program operation in order to read from
any other location.
Fast Boot Block flash memory devices offer two low
power savings features: Automatic Power Savings
(APS) and standby mode. The device automatically
enters APS mode following the completion of a read
cycle. Standby mode is initiated when the system
deselects the device by driving CE# inactive or
RST# active. RST# also resets the device to read
array, provides write protection, and clears the
status register. Combined, these two features
significantly reduce power consumption.

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