SRAM (Static Random Access Memory) and DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) are two widely used memories in microprocessor as ‘cache’. The principle of storing data is different for both. However, they belong to a common family of memories called RAM (Random Access Memory). The use of a specific type of RAM depends on the requirement. The memory size, delay, power consumption, and area are the deciding factors for choosing a type of RAM.
This project report explores the design of SRAM and DRAM. The tools used include Microwind, and P-Spice A/D. The performances of SRAM and DRAM are calculated and compared on the metrics of delay, power, and area. The calculation of the parameters provides an insight of SRAM and DRAM, and it also suggests where the performances can be improved.
|Commitee:||Mozumdar, Mohammad, Yeh, Henry|
|School:||California State University, Long Beach|
|School Location:||United States -- California|
|Source:||MAI 56/03M(E), Masters Abstracts International|
|Keywords:||Area, DRAM, Delay, Power, SRAM|
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