I pulled an AT28C16 from an old KVM switch and have managed to wire it up like so:
- A0-10 -> GND
- CE -> GND
- WE -> 5V
- OE -> GND
- VCC -> 5V
- GND -> GND
- I/O0-7 -> Floating. Plugged by hand to level meter one by one.
With all of the address bus lines hooked to GND, I am able to read the first 8 bits as 01110000. This is all well and good, however the datasheet says this is a 16K EEPROM, and this chip has 11 Address Bus line, which equates to 2048 combinations and therefore 2048 bytes or 2048*8 bits. Thats not 16,000 bytes. How to I read the full 16K with only 11 Address Bus lines?