FERAM


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FERAMFerroelectric Ram
FERAMFerro-Electric Random Access Memory
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The dielectric and energy storage density behavior of this system can make it a highly appropriate for practical application in flexible FET, nanogenerators, and FeRAM like devices.
An EPC Gen 2 compatible passive/semi-active UHF RFID transponder with embedded FeRAM and temperature sensor.
Feram regades e fertilizades com 100 kg.ha-1 de ureia-N e recelhidos manualmente em 5 de junho de 2000 em Nueve Leon, Mexico.
Attonita vero vociferata est, suae vero annunciavit reginae Viri amore insanientis audaciam feram ...
The Ferroelectric Random Access Memory, or FeRAM, device has a 64-megabit storage capacity and can read and write 200 megabytes per second.
In another approach, called ferroelectric RAM, abbreviated as FRAM or FeRAM, materials store electric fields in orientations that can represent digital bits.
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(87) Valerius clearly has the latter episode in mind when he has Amycus ask who among the Argonauts is to receive the first gift (prima manu cui dona feram? 4.216).
Neque aliud est cur minus moleste feram priscam Scotorum linguam paulatim intermori, quam quod libenter sentiam barbaros illos sonos paulatim euanescere, et in illorum locum Latinarum vocum amoenitatem succedere.
Mihi si haec condicio consulatus data est ut omnis acerbitates, omnis dolores cruciatusque perferrem, feram non solum fortiter verum etiam libenter, dum modo meis laboribus vobis populoque Romano dignitas salusque pariatur.
" "Quanquam quid vel hoc opus erat dicere, quasi non ipso ex vultu fronteque, quod aiunt, satis quae sim prae me feram, aut quasi si quis me Mineruam aut Sophiam esse contendat, non statim solo possit obtutu coargui, etiam si nulla accedat oratio, minime mendax animi speculum" (74, 65-68).
According to the recording mechanisms, these memories can be divided into ferroelectric random access memory (FeRAM), magnetic RAM (MRAM), phase change RAM (PCRAM), and resistive RAM (ReRAM).