I understand that when the address input to a parallel EEPROM changes from A to B, the output may show results that aren't the contents of either A or B, for a few nanoseconds.
Are these spurious outputs constrained to be values stored somewhere in the EEPROM?
Would an unprogrammed EEPROM (all 0xFFs) ever output non-FF values when the address changes?
(I expect the specs say that any value could be output, but I'm interested in what happens with current implementation technology.)
I'm asking because I have two EEPROM bits which will cause a bus conflict if they are ever both 0. There will be no value stored at any address in the eeprom which has both bits as 0.