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16:19 Mar 30, 2018
English to French translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Computers (general)
English term or phrase:toggled
In a conventional dynamic random access memory (DRAM) system, a read training is required to be performed to optimize timing between data signals and a data strobe signal. When the read training operation is executed, however, all of the data pins (DQ pins) are required to be toggled or driven to obtain the timing information, causing more power consumption.
In the embodiments of the present invention, the clock timing information between the data signal and the clock signal (data strobe signal) can be simply obtained, and the power consumption can be improved because not all of the data terminals (data pins) are driven or toggled during the training operation.
The memory module is characterized in that when the training signal generator transmits the training signal to the memory controller through the specific terminal (N_DQS'), all of the data terminals (N_DQ') are not toggled or driven
'toggle' in this sort of context means that something switches back and forth between (normally) 2 states — and very often, on successive operation of the same command (button, etc.) — so the first press might (say) turn it on, while pressing the same button again will turn it off again, and so on.
In the case of what we seem to have here, which would be logic states 0 or 1 (L/H), when whatever command this is comes along, any outputs (say) previously set to '1' will go to '0', while any that were originally '0' will go to '1'; and we can infer that probably when the next 'pulse' arrives on this same command line, they will all switch back over again.
The simplest example of this is the (now largely obsolete!) J-K flip-flop or 'bistable' (q.v.), which will 'flip' (= switch over) or 'flop' (switch back again) with successive pulses on the trigger input.
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