Part Number: SM320F2812-EP Hi,
I am using SM320F2812-EP SPI interface for external memory. I need value for the pull up that we put at pins SPISIMOA(Pin-40), SPISOMIA(pin-41).
I am using 4.75K pull up resistor currently , but I want to know how that pull…
I checked with the production team, currently there are no plans to add GBB support for the SM320F2812. I believe this was done based on order history, etc, and all parties should have been notified appropriately as per TI policy on LTB.
Matthew is out of the office until July 8th.
Kavya Hegde1 said: 1. Is the date code is the only information that suggests the die revision?
You can often find the up-to-date die (silicon) revision designators in the errata document . Design issues…
Part Number: SM320F2812-EP Please provide Current Date Code and Die Revision Code for SM320F2812PGFMEP ?
Please clarify below queries,
1. Is the date code is the only information that suggests the die revision?
2. Does TI generate a PCN delineating die changes…
Part Number: SM320F2812 On the Ti page for the SM320F2812 it doesn't list the user's guide or other pertinent documentation for the chip other than the data sheet. Where can I find the rest of the documentation?
Part Number: SM320F2812-HT Hello,
I have a question concerning the pad frame layout for the SM320F2812-HT bare die part. The -HT datasheet shows that there are 201 pads (illustrated in Figure 2-1). However, locations are given for only 179 pads. I assume…
Part Number: SM320F2812-EP Hi TI expert
According to SPRZ193R file, the Assembly Lot in my attached capture is AG17 and AG18, it is different.
But the date code is the same.
Could you tell me why ?
Thanks and Best regards,
I spoke to our packaging team in depth, and I managed to confirm that the CTE of the package is negligible since you are using a TQFP type package. This is due to the height provided by the leads from the solder point to the package.
If this was…
Part Number: SM320F2812-EP Hi, Good day. I hope you are doing well. Our customer is using the SM320F2812GHHMEP and it was LTB. Now, they want to know if there's a plan to release it on nFBGA as they are looking for an FFF replacement for it. I would appreciate…