Issue No. 02 - March/April (1971 vol. 4)
J. Gray , Signetics Memory Systems
The increasing use of computers and peripherals with higher speed capabilities generated a demand for a low cost, low power, high-speed memory which is directly compatible with TTL levels and drive requirements. Such a memory could be built into small local storage applications or into the main storage of a computer. The requirements of such a memory are summarized below:
J. Gray, "Design Considerations for a Bipolar 256-Bit Random Access Memory," in Computer, vol. 4, no. , pp. 18-22, 1971.