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1Gb: x16, 3V, MT28FW, Automotive Parallel NOR
Features
Parallel NOR Flash Automotive Memory
MT28FW01GABA1xPC-0AAT, MT28FW01GABA1xJS-0AAT
Features
• Single-level cell (SLC) process technology
• Supply voltage
– VCC = 2.7–3.6V (program, erase, read)
– VCCQ = 1.65 - VCC (I/O buffers)
• Asynchronous random/page read
– Page size: 16 words
– Page access: 20ns (VCC = VCCQ = 2.7-3.6V)
– Random access: 105ns (VCC = VCCQ = 2.7-3.6V)
– Random access: 110ns (VCCQ = 1.65-VCC)
• Buffer program (512-word program buffer)
– 2.0 MB/s (TYP) when using full buffer program
– 2.5 MB/s (TYP) when using accelerated buffer
program (VHH)
• Word program: 25us per word (TYP)
• Block erase (128KB): 0.2s (TYP)
• Memory organization
– Uniform blocks: 128KB or 64KW each
– x16 data bus
• Program/erase suspend and resume capability
– Read from another block during a PROGRAM
SUSPEND operation
– Read or program another block during an ERASE
SUSPEND operation
• Unlock bypass, block erase, chip erase, and write to
buffer capability
• BLANK CHECK operation to verify an erased block
• CYCLIC REDUNDANCY CHECK (CRC) operation to
verify a program pattern
• VPP/WP# protection
– Protects first or last block regardless of block
protection settings
• Software protection
– Volatile protection
– Nonvolatile protection
– Password protection
• Extended memory block
– 512-word block for permanent, secure identifica-
tion
– Programmed or locked at the factory or by the
customer
• JESD47-compliant
– 100,000 (minimum) ERASE cycles per block
– Data retention: 20 years (TYP)
• Package
– 56-pin TSOP, 14mm x 20mm (JS)
– 64-ball LBGA, 13mm x 11mm (PC)
• RoHS-compliant, halogen-free packaging
• Automotive operating temperature
– Ambient: –40°C to 105°C
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Part Numbering Information
For available options, such as packages or high/low protection, or for further information, contact your Micron
sales representative. Part numbers can be verified at www.micron.com. Feature and specification comparison by
device type is available at www.micron.com/products. Contact the factory for devices not found.
Figure 1: Part Number Chart
MT 28F W 02G B B A 1 H PC – 0 A AT
Micron Technology
Device type
28F = Embedded Parallel NOR Flash memory
(3V core, page, uniform block)
Voltage
W = 2.7–3.6V core; 1.7–3.6V I/O
Density
01G = 1Gb
02G = 2Gb
Stack
A = Single die
B = Dual die
Device generation
B = Second generation
Die revision
A = Rev. A
Configuration
1 = x16
Production Status
Blank = Production
ES = Engineering sample
Operating Temperature
AT = –40°C to +105°C (Grade 2 AEC-Q100)
Special Options
A = Automotive quality
Security Features
0 = No extra security
Package
JS = 56-lead TSOP, 14mm x 20mm, lead-free,
halogen-free, RoHS-compliant
PC = 64-ball LBGA, 11mm x 13mm,
lead-free, halogen-free, RoHS-compliant
Block structure
H = High lock
L = Low lock
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Contents
General Description ......................................................................................................................................... 7
Automatic Power Savings Feature .................................................................................................................. 7
Signal Assignments ........................................................................................................................................... 9
Signal Descriptions ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Memory Organization .................................................................................................................................... 13
Memory Configuration ............................................................................................................................... 13
Memory Map ............................................................................................................................................. 13
Bus Operations ............................................................................................................................................... 14
Read .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Write .......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Standby ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
Output Disable ........................................................................................................................................... 15
Reset .......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Registers ........................................................................................................................................................ 16
Data Polling Register .................................................................................................................................. 16
Read Status Register ................................................................................................................................... 21
Clear Status Register ................................................................................................................................... 22
Lock Register .............................................................................................................................................. 23
Standard Command Definitions – Address-Data Cycles .................................................................................... 25
READ and AUTO SELECT Operations .............................................................................................................. 27
READ/RESET Command ............................................................................................................................ 27
READ CFI Command .................................................................................................................................. 27
AUTO SELECT Command ........................................................................................................................... 27
Read Electronic Signature ........................................................................................................................... 28
Cyclic Redundancy Check Operation ............................................................................................................... 29
CYCLIC REDUNDANCY CHECK Command ................................................................................................. 29
Cyclic Redundancy Check Operation Command Sequence .......................................................................... 29
Bypass Operations .......................................................................................................................................... 32
UNLOCK BYPASS Command ...................................................................................................................... 32
UNLOCK BYPASS RESET Command ............................................................................................................ 32
Program Operations ....................................................................................................................................... 33
PROGRAM Command ................................................................................................................................ 33
UNLOCK BYPASS PROGRAM Command ..................................................................................................... 33
WRITE TO BUFFER PROGRAM Command .................................................................................................. 33
UNLOCK BYPASS WRITE TO BUFFER PROGRAM Command ....................................................................... 36
WRITE TO BUFFER PROGRAM CONFIRM Command .................................................................................. 36
BUFFERED PROGRAM ABORT AND RESET Command ................................................................................ 36
PROGRAM SUSPEND Command ................................................................................................................ 36
PROGRAM RESUME Command .................................................................................................................. 37
ACCELERATED BUFFERED PROGRAM Operations ...................................................................................... 37
Erase Operations ............................................................................................................................................ 38
CHIP ERASE Command .............................................................................................................................. 38
UNLOCK BYPASS CHIP ERASE Command ................................................................................................... 38
BLOCK ERASE Command ........................................................................................................................... 38
UNLOCK BYPASS BLOCK ERASE Command ................................................................................................ 39
ERASE SUSPEND Command ....................................................................................................................... 39
ERASE RESUME Command ........................................................................................................................ 40
ACCELERATED CHIP ERASE Operations ......................................................................................................... 40
BLANK CHECK Operation .............................................................................................................................. 40
Device Protection ........................................................................................................................................... 42
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Hardware Protection .................................................................................................................................. 42
Software Protection .................................................................................................................................... 42
Volatile Protection Mode ............................................................................................................................. 43
Nonvolatile Protection Mode ...................................................................................................................... 43
Password Protection Mode .......................................................................................................................... 43
Block Protection Command Definitions – Address-Data Cycles ........................................................................ 46
Protection Operations .................................................................................................................................... 49
LOCK REGISTER Commands ...................................................................................................................... 49
PASSWORD PROTECTION Commands ....................................................................................................... 49
NONVOLATILE PROTECTION Commands .................................................................................................. 49
NONVOLATILE PROTECTION BIT LOCK BIT Commands ............................................................................ 50
VOLATILE PROTECTION Commands .......................................................................................................... 51
EXTENDED MEMORY BLOCK Commands .................................................................................................. 51
EXIT PROTECTION Command .................................................................................................................... 52
Common Flash Interface ................................................................................................................................ 53
Power-Up and Reset Characteristics ................................................................................................................ 58
Absolute Ratings and Operating Conditions ..................................................................................................... 60
DC Characteristics .......................................................................................................................................... 62
Read AC Characteristics .................................................................................................................................. 64
Write AC Characteristics ................................................................................................................................. 66
Data Polling/Toggle AC Characteristics ............................................................................................................ 71
Program/Erase Characteristics ........................................................................................................................ 73
Package Dimensions ....................................................................................................................................... 74
Revision History ............................................................................................................................................. 76
Rev. G – 11/16 ............................................................................................................................................. 76
Rev. F – 6/16 ............................................................................................................................................... 76
Rev. E – 9/15 ............................................................................................................................................... 76
Rev. D – 01/15 ............................................................................................................................................. 76
Rev. C – 12/14 ............................................................................................................................................. 76
Rev. B – 07/14 ............................................................................................................................................. 76
Rev. A – 05/14 ............................................................................................................................................. 76
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List of Figures
Figure 1: Part Number Chart ............................................................................................................................ 2
Figure 2: Logic Diagram ................................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 3: 56-Pin TSOP (Top View) .................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 4: 64-Ball LBGA (Top View – Balls Down) ............................................................................................. 10
Figure 5: Data Polling Flowchart .................................................................................................................... 18
Figure 6: Toggle Bit Flowchart ........................................................................................................................ 19
Figure 7: Data Polling/Toggle Bit Flowchart .................................................................................................... 20
Figure 8: Lock Register Program Flowchart ..................................................................................................... 24
Figure 9: Boundary Condition of Program Buffer Size ..................................................................................... 34
Figure 10: WRITE TO BUFFER PROGRAM Flowchart ...................................................................................... 35
Figure 11: Software Protection Scheme .......................................................................................................... 44
Figure 12: Set/Clear Nonvolatile Protection Bit Algorithm Flowchart ............................................................... 50
Figure 13: Power-Up Timing .......................................................................................................................... 58
Figure 14: Reset AC Timing – No PROGRAM/ERASE Operation in Progress ...................................................... 59
Figure 15: Reset AC Timing During PROGRAM/ERASE Operation .................................................................... 59
Figure 16: AC Measurement Load Circuit ....................................................................................................... 61
Figure 17: AC Measurement I/O Waveform ..................................................................................................... 61
Figure 18: Random Read AC Timing ............................................................................................................... 65
Figure 19: Page Read AC Timing ..................................................................................................................... 65
Figure 20: WE#-Controlled Program AC Timing .............................................................................................. 67
Figure 21: CE#-Controlled Program AC Timing ............................................................................................... 69
Figure 22: Chip/Block Erase AC Timing .......................................................................................................... 70
Figure 23: Accelerated Program AC Timing ..................................................................................................... 70
Figure 24: Data Polling AC Timing .................................................................................................................. 71
Figure 25: Toggle/Alternative Toggle Bit Polling AC Timing .............................................................................. 72
Figure 26: 56-Pin TSOP – 14mm x 20mm (Package Code: JS) ............................................................................ 74
Figure 27: 64-Ball LBGA – 11mm x 13mm (Package Code: PC) ......................................................................... 75
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