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Jian Chen: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. SanDisk Corporation, Skjerven Morrill, September 24, 2002: US06456528 (685 worldwide citation)

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Jian Chen: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. SanDisk Corporation, Parsons Hsue & de Runtz, April 6, 2004: US06717847 (223 worldwide citation)

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Jian Chen: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. SanDisk Corporation, Parsons Hsue & de Runtz, February 13, 2007: US07177184 (98 worldwide citation)

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Jian Chen: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. Sandisk Corporation, Davis Wright Tremaine, June 10, 2008: US07385854 (3 worldwide citation)

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Chen Jian: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. Sandisk Corporation, February 1, 2004: TW574696 (1 worldwide citation)

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Chen Jian: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. Sandisk, June 30, 2004: EP1433182-A1

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Jian Chen: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. Parsons Hsue & de Runtz, September 30, 2004: US20040190337-A1

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Jian Chen: Selective Operation of a Multi-State Non-Volatile Memory System in a Binary Mode. Parsons Hsue & de Runtz Sandisk Corporation, May 17, 2007: US20070109864-A1

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Chen Jian: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. Sandisk Corporation, PARSONS Gerald P, March 27, 2003: WO/2003/025949

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...


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Chen Jian: Selective operation of a multi-state non-volatile memory system in a binary mode. Sandisk, wan huatang, December 15, 2004: CN02818168

A flash non-volatile memory system that normally operates its memory cells in multiple storage states is provided with the ability to operate some selected or all of its memory cell blocks in two states instead. The two states are selected to be the furthest separated of the multiple states, thereby ...