2,415,919,104-BIT (33,554,432-WORD BY 72-BIT) Double Data Rate Synchronous DRAM Module
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The MH32D72KLH provides basic functions, bank (row) activate, burst read / write, bank (row)
precharge, and auto / self refresh. Each command is defined by control signals of /RAS, /CAS
and /WE at CLK rising edge. In addition to 3 signals, /S0 ,CKE0 and A10 are used as chip
select, refresh option, and precharge option, respectively. To know the detailed definition of
commands, please see the command truth table.
Chip Select : L=select, H=deselect
Ref resh Option @ref resh command
Precharge Option @precharge or read/write command
def ine basic commands
Activate (ACT) [/RAS =L, /CAS =/WE =H]
ACT command activates a row in an idle bank indicated by BA.
Read (READ) [/RAS =H, /CAS =L, /WE =H]
READ command starts burst read from the active bank indicated by BA. First output data
appears after /CAS latency. When A10 =H at this command, the bank is deactivated after the
burst read (auto-precharge,READA)
Write (WRITE) [/RAS =H, /CAS =/WE =L]
WRITE command starts burst write to the active bank indicated by BA. Total data length to be
written is set by burst length. When A10 =H at this command, the bank is deactivated after
the burst write (auto-precharge, WRITEA).
Precharge (PRE) [/RAS =L, /CAS =H, /WE =L]
PRE command deactivates the active bank indicated by BA. This command also terminates
burst read /write operation. When A10 =H at this command, all banks are deactivated
(precharge all, PREA).
Auto-Refresh (REFA) [/RAS =/CAS =L, /WE =CKE0 =H]
REFA command starts auto-refresh cycle. Refresh address including bank address are
generated internally. After this command, the banks are precharged automatically.