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The erasing window must be kept covered with an opaque label to prevent accidental erasure by the UV found in sunlight or camera flashes. Leaving the die of such a chip exposed to light can also change behavior in unexpected ways when moving from a windowed part used for development to a non-windowed part for production. This creates an avalanche discharge of electrons, which have enough energy to pass through the insulating oxide layer and accumulate on the gate electrode.
A control gate electrode is deposited and further oxide covers it. Because higher-density parts have little exposed oxide between the layers of interconnects and gate, ultraviolet erasing becomes less practical for very large memories.
The process takes several minutes for UV lamps of convenient sizes; sunlight would erase a chip in weeks, and indoor fluorescent lighting over several years. Once programmed, an EPROM can be erased by exposing it to eorom ultraviolet light source such as from a mercury-vapor light. EPROMs are easily recognizable by the transparent fused quartz window in the top of the package, through which the silicon chip is visible, and which permits exposure eprim ultraviolet light during erasing.
Often this label was foil-backed to ensure its opacity to UV. Photons of the UV light cause ionization within the silicon oxide, which allow the stored charge on the floating gate to dissipate. Eprm prompted larger capacity devices to introduce a “signature mode”, allowing the manufacturer and device to be identified by the EPROM programmer. Initially, it was 277256 that the EPROM would be too expensive for mass production use and that it would be confined to development only.
It was epro, found that small-volume production was economical with EPROM parts, particularly when the advantage of rapid upgrades of firmware was considered. Exposure time for sunlight of one week or three years for room fluorescent lighting may cause erasure. Stored charge on these isolated gates changed their properties.
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Digital Design and Fabrication. Views Read Edit View history. Presence of a voltage on this gate creates a conductive channel in the transistor, switching it on.
The same chip came in somewhat cheaper opaque OTP packages for production. Non-volatile memory Integrated circuits Computer memory. All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from October Commons category link from Wikidata Wikipedia articles with GND identifiers. The first generation devices were fabricated with the p-MOS techology. The effects of this process on the reliability of the part would have required extensive testing so they decided on the window instead.
Since the whole memory array is exposed, all the memory is erased at the same time. To erase the data stored in the array of transistors, ultraviolet light is directed onto the die.
As the quartz window is expensive to make, OTP one-time programmable chips were introduced; here, the die is mounted in an opaque package so it cannot be erased after programming — this also eliminates the need to test the erase function, further reducing cost.
To retrieve data from the EPROM, the address represented by the values at the address pins of the EPROM is decoded and used to connect one word usually an 8-bit byte of storage to the output buffer amplifiers. Even dust inside the package can prevent some cells from being erased.
When the high voltage is removed, the electrons are trapped on the electrode. The recommended erasure procedure is exposure to UV perom at EPROMs had a limited but large number of erase cycles; the silicon dioxide around the gates would accumulate damage from each cycle, making the chip unreliable after several thousand cycles.
Each field-effect transistor consists of a channel in the semiconductor body of the device. A programmed EPROM retains its data for a minimum of ten to twenty years,  with many still retaining data after 35 or eptom years, and can be read an unlimited number of times without affecting the lifetime.
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For large volumes of parts thousands of pieces or moremask-programmed ROMs are the lowest cost devices to produce. In other words, to erase your EPROM, you would first have to X-ray it and then put it in an oven at about degrees Celsius to anneal semiconductor alterations caused by the X-rays.
Erasure, however, has to be accomplished by non-electrical methods, since the gate electrode is not accessible electrically.