So lets take your run of the mill SRAM, such as 23K256 from Microchip: http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/22100D.pdf
Do they mostly just use a generic 6T cell setup such as: http://www.iis.ee.ethz.ch/~kgf/aries/FIG/fig5.4.gif
If not what do they typically use?
Also im not sure I completely understand the 6T cell setup, Like I get the general structure, and how it stores it using an inverter.....but which line are we reading from? The Bitline or NOTBitline?
Or is it we write to wordline to active the Cells, Send voltage to BIT/NOTBIT to over-write the new value. How do we write a value of 0?
And to read we just activate wordline, but don't send voltage to BIT/NOTBIT
is that correct or wayy off?
Also a side question: In the initial state, the inverters have no value....on either, so what would the value be when voltage is first applied? Since they are both technically sending out a 0? (sorry if that's a confusing question, it's hard to word it). I face the same thing with D-Flip Flops.....whats the initial value of them?