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  • 1. Use of mobile Flash Cardsin measurement devices and small automation systems

2. Contents:

  • Different Flash Technologies
  • Flash storage advantage/ disadvantage
  • Several types of Flash Cards
  • Flash Card applications
  • Conclusion

3. Different FlashTechnologies : NOR=Code MemoryNAND= Data Mass Storage 4. Contents:

  • Different Flash Technologies
  • Flash storage advantage/ disadvantage
  • Several types of Flash Cards
  • Flash Card applications
  • Conclusion

5. Flash storage advantage

  • Flash Memory:
    • solid state
    • small size
    • non volatile
    • low power
    • reliable
  • Flash Cards:
  • mobile
  • small form factor
  • standardized
  • interoperable
  • shock & temperature endurance
  • easy to use

6. Flash storage disadvantage

  • Flash Memory:
    • price / MByte
    • data retention
    • data transfer rate
    • limited erase cycles
    • access restrictions
  • Flash Cards:
  • low capacity
  • 7different formats

7. Contents:

  • Different Flash Technologies
  • Flash storage advantage
  • Several types of Flash Cards
  • Flash Card applications
  • Conclusion

8. Types of Flash Cards:

  • Linear Flash
  • PCMCIA, 198 9
  • credit card size
  • 68 Pin, Memory-I/O
  • linear, ATAinterface
  • Type I, II, III
  • NOR Flash , XIP
  • no build-in controller
  • Compact Flash
  • CFA, 1994
  • matchbook size
  • 50 Pin, Memory-I/O
  • ATA, IDE interface
  • Type I, II
  • NAND Flash
  • build-in controller

9. Types of Flash Cards:

  • Smart Media
  • SSFDC, 1996
  • thinnest form factor
  • 22 Pin,multiplexed I/O
  • single/ sequential blocks
  • pure NAND Chips
  • no build-in controller
  • Multimedia Card
  • MMCA, 1997
  • post stamp size
  • 7 Pin, serial interface, SPI
  • block/ streaming mode
  • NAND Flash
  • build-in controller

10. Types of Flash Cards:

  • SD Card
  • SDA, 2001
  • MMC compatible (thicker)
  • 9 Pin, serial/parallel interface
  • security feature, Memory-I/O
  • NAND Flash
  • build-in controller
  • Memory Stick
  • Sony proprietary , 1998
  • chewing gum size
  • 10 Pin, serial interface
  • security (magic gate)
  • NAND Flash
  • build-in controller

11. Types of Flash Cards:

  • x D Card
  • Olympus, Fuji, proprietary, 2002
  • smallest card format (penny size)
  • 18Pin,multiplexed I/O
  • NAND Flash
  • nobuild-in controller

12. Contents:

  • Different Flash Technologies
  • Flash storage advantage
  • Several types of Flash Cards
  • Flash Card applications
  • Conclusion

13. Flash Card applications: Update Card Automation System C DATA Storage CODE Storage Boot Loader BIOS Operating System Application CARD FRAME Boot Logic FLASH CARD Boot Loader (XIP) New CodeUpdate Procedure 14. Flash Card applications: Backup Card Automation System C DATA Storage NV Data CODE Storage Application CARD FRAME FLASH CARD Backup DataI/O Units Backup Procedure 15. Flash Card applications: Program Card Automation System C DATA Storage CODE Storage Application Program CARD FRAME FLASH CARD Service/Maintenance ProgramI/O Units Card Program execution 16. Flash Card applications: Parameter Card Automation System C DATA Storage CODE Storage Application Program CARD FRAME FLASH CARD Sensor / ActorLine ParameterProduct Lines Sensor/Actor Parameter Definition 17. Flash Card applications: Data CardAutomation System C DATA Storage MeasurementData CODE Storage Application CARD FRAME FLASH CARD Logged Measurement DataI/O Units Logging Process 18. Contents:

  • Different Flash Technologies
  • Flash storage advantage
  • Several types of Flash Cards
  • Flash Card applications
  • Conclusion

19. Flash CardConclusion

  • rapid growing market
  • increasing storage density
  • decreasing prices
  • Field of Automation:
  • favouritemobilestorage
  • simplify data management

20. Thank you for your attention !

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