Definitions for "SRAM"
Keywords:  dram, refresh, static, ram, random
A memory device in which each cell is formed from four or six transistors configured as a latch or a flip-flop. The term static is used because, once a value has been loaded into an SRAM cell, it will remain unchanged until it is explicitly altered or until power is removed from the device.
Type of RAM that retains its contents for as long as power is supplied. SRAM does not require constant refreshing, like DRAM. Compare with DRAM.
Sequencer Random-Access Memory, highly radiation resistant memory used to store instructions for the ACIS CCD readout.
Keywords:  shox, truvativ, huret, fichtel, shimano
SRAM Corporation is a privately held bicycle component manufacturer based in Chicago, Illinois. It incorporates the former bicycle division of Fichtel and Sachs, Sachs-Huret and recently acquired Rock Shox, Avid and Truvativ, in an effort to compete against industry giant Shimano. As a start-up company, SRAM introduced the Grip Shift or Twist Shift technology to the mountain bike market in 1988.
Short Range Attack Missile. SRAMs have a range of up to 1,000 kilometers.
Short Range Attack Missile. Air-to-Ground missile system on B-52s.