FRAM, a not-so-new non-volatile memory technology, is gaining traction in ultra-low-power microcontrollers due to its advantages over traditional memory technologies. Texas Instruments’ Will Cooper, Product Marketing Engineer for MSP microcontrollers, sheds some light on the technology...
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