Memory organization - computer architecture, Computer Engineering

Memory Organization - Computer architecture:

BASIC CONCEPTS:

Address space

- 16-bit : 216 = 64K mem. locations

- 32-bit : 232 = 4G mem. locations

-          40-bit : 240 = 1 T locations

Terminology:

Memory access time - it is time between Read and MFC signals

  • Memory cycle time - it is min. time delay between initiation of two successive memory operations

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