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Flash memory -> Pages and sectors

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Jos Brink

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Hello,

Quick question:

Is a flash-page the same as a flash-sector?

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What do u mean by Flash-sector? i don't think it's a standard term.... r u referring to partial pages of 512 bytes??
 

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I'm trying to understand the Flash rom of a STR91x ARM chip, i am familiar with the term page. but in this datasheet of ST they are talking about sectors.
 

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for standard, every sector has it's own page and every page has it's own byte
 

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for standard, every sector has it's own page and every page has it's own byte
i think every block(erase unit) has it's own page......
 

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