synchronous dynamic random access memory

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Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory definition

(SDRAM, Synchronous DRAM) A form of DRAM which adds a separate clock signal to the control signals. SDRAM chips can contain more complex state machines, allowing them to support "burst" access modes that clock out a series of successive bits (similar to the nibble mode DRAM).
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © Denis Howe 2010
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