Part Number: LMK05028
According to the Datasheet, there are 509 bytes in sram and eeprom, and 800 bytes in register map. Customer wants to know the corresponding relationship between these register addresses in eeprom and sram, then they can programming the EEPROM with MCU onboard.
Can you give some comments?
Thanks a lot.
AE will find the EEPROM document for you.
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We currently do not have such a document. Is this info still required? If so, is there a timeline by which this would be useful info?
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