I'm gonna design a board which data logging it's mandatory! I don't think that i have sufficient space in pcb for large parts but i want an embedded flash (dedicated IC). For handling unexpected power downs the system must storing data every time which is determined by some interval value (seconds). Data have string format with undefined lenth. And i need to store that data in an embedded flash memory. Data comes from, sensors and other peripherals such as power supply monitoring.
- Who memory type is best for that purpose? (NAND or NOR)?
I will glad with a >4MB memory capacity. In a little research i find that NAND flash have small amount of pages with large capacitance and this will consumes more W/E cycles.