I noticed the DS2502 datasheet says:
1k-Bit EPROM with Page-Level Write Protection and Guaranteed Unique 64-Bit ROM ID Chip for Absolute Traceability.
However, I didn't see any means to erase it, so assume they meant PROM (user Programmable Read Only Memory),
as opposed to EPROM (user Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory)
but then further along I see:
1024 Bits Electrically Programmable Read Only Memory (EPROM) WHAT!!!!
Don't forget EEPROM (user Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory)
Is this twisted EPROM terminology a new "thing"? What happened to PROM? Maybe some preschoolers started some kind of protest?
I'm burning two proms tonight...what! call the police!
Is this EPROM a new thing?
Is this twisted EPROM terminology a new "thing"?