Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) is a versatile memory chip that allows data to be electrically erased and reprogrammed without the need for physical removal. Unlike regular ROMs, EEPROMs offer flexibility in data modification. With the ability to selectively erase specific data, EEPROMs outperform basic ROM chips that can only be programmed once. There are two main categories of EEPROM devices:
- Serial Bus, which operates in distinct phases like address, data, and op-code
- Parallel Bus, featuring a wide address and 8-bit data bus, commonly found in microcontrollers. Explore the world of EEPROMs and unlock new possibilities in data storage and manipulation.