Does anybody know which is the bigger memory RAM that i can add to the arduino?
QuoteDoes anybody know which is the bigger memory RAM that i can add to the arduino?Yes in theory it is infinite, now how big do you need it to be?
I need low-latency read/write access to large amounts of memory for audio applications.
It's a shame no one makes a board that supports this.
Well this looks good:-http://uk.farnell.com/bsi-brilliance-semiconductor/bs62lv1600eip55/sram-16m-2mx8bit-3v-55ns-tsop44/dp/1488953
*Latency is the time between a trigger and the action and the word is normally used to indicate the responsiveness of something in human terms.
My question was who makes a board that can interface with the Arduino.
Hi everyone! I am working in a project about realiable wireless communication, and I need a external memory for store data when the Arduino is out of range. So, my question is very simple. Does anybody know which is the bigger memory RAM that i can add to the arduino? Because the biggest that i found it was 23K256 (32KB), and this is too small. Thanks!
that i can add to the arduino
Yes that is the concept I speak of.
No it was not, your original question was:-
If so I missed it.
QuoteYes that is the concept I speak of.So that doesn't make sense in relationship to memory access of external RAM. It would only make sense if accompanied with things like sampling rate and number of memory accesses per sample. It is not an inherent function of any particular access architecture.