MEMORY DESIGN IN VHDL release_6lcnewea4vdxvnb3d4gveswj7i

by Vijit Mangla, Parshant Sahrma, Sahil Kapoor

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the memory cell is the fundamental building block of COMPUTER MEMORY. The memory cell is an ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT that stores one BIT of binary information and it must be set to store a logic 1 (high voltage level) and reset to store a logic 0 (low voltage level). Its value is maintained/stored until it is changed by the set/reset process. The value in the memory cell can be accessed by reading it. When we store information in some kind of circuit or device, we not only need some way to store and retrieve it, but also to locate precisely where in the device that it is. Most, if not all, memory devices can be thought of as a series of mail boxes, folders in a file cabinet, or some other metaphor where information can be located in a variety of places. When we refer to the actual information being stored in the memory device, we usually refer to it as the data. The location of this data within the storage device is typically called the address, in a manner reminiscent of the postal service.
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