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The instruction encoding for the functional self-test chip (FSTC) is designed to simplify application specific interfacing hardware.
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Functional Self Test Chip Instruction Encoding
The instruction encoding for the functional self-test chip (FSTC) is designed
to simplify application specific interfacing hardware.
All instructions are one 16-bit word in length. Selected instructions require
subsequent data transactions.
The encoding consists of two fields each of which are composed of two sub-
fields. The first field is the function which encompasses the instruction and the
device. The second is an internal address consisting of bank and line selects.
The encodings are listed below.
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