SNAS722A December 2017 – October 2018 LMK61E07
The on-chip EEPROM is a non-volatile memory array used to permanently store register data for a custom device start-up configuration setting to initialize registers upon power up or POR. The EEPROM is comprised of bits shown in the EEPROM Map. The transfer must first happen to the SRAM and then to the EEPROM. During EEPROM write, R49 is a 1 and the EEPROM contents cannot be accessed. The following details the programming sequence to transfer the entire contents of SRAM to EEPROM.