Microchip's EEPROMs in SOT-23

January 2002
Electronics Weekly;1/30/2002, Issue 2037, p11
Trade Publication
Focuses on the I(sup 2)C serial E(sup 2)programmable read-only memory microchips in 5-lead SOT-23 packages developed by Microchip Technology. Features of the microchips; Functions and components of the microchips.


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