Implementation of error detection and correction (EDAC) in the Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) aboard Petite Amateur Navy Satellite (PANSAT) [electronic resource]
Oechsel, Craig R.
Wight, Randy L.
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This thesis documents the design of a bus controller that provides EDAC capability to the SRAM of an Intel M8OC 1 86XL Microprocessor running at 7. 3728 MHz. The system was designed for use during a two-year mission in a low earth orbit on board PANSAT. The system uses standard CMOS components together with the Harris ACS630MS EDAC circuit to provide dual-bit error detection with single-bit error correction. The single-bit error correction process is transparent to the microprocessor. All single-bit errors detected are automatically corrected in memory during the same bus cycle in which they are detected. The EDAC circuit computes the check bits based upon a 16-bit data word. Byte write capability is provided by using a "read-modify-write" method. The system was built on a wire wrap development board and tested for proper operation. (KAR) P. 2
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