EAROM

(electrically alterable read-only memory) A type of memory that combines the characteristics of RAM and read-only memory. It is non-volatile, like read-only memory, but can be written into by the processor. It can only be reprogrammed a limited number of times.

A specialized read-only memory with a special slow-write cycle and a much faster read cycle, used with microprocessors and microcomputers.

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