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The good news is that the UNH-34 is not only free but also very good value for money. The battery is only 8mm thick but the total height is 130mm, which is about the same as some small competitors.
The UNH-34 has a single built-in speaker, which means you can use it as a radio, answering machine, alarm, etc. But what really sets it apart is its surround-sound (5.1 surround sound) features. That means you can play music or your favourite DVD in the cinema. It will also downmix stereo into mono, which will be great for disc jockeys using small speakers like the Panas.
What makes the Panas D 11 particularly interesting is the precision dials. At either end of the Panas D 11 are digital resolution control knobs which offer precise settings of the speaker output levels from -9 to +9dB.
What you also get with the Panas D 11, in addition to the excellent looking control panel on the back panel, is a second set of digital resolution controls which allow you to adjust the equaliser.
The Panas D 11 is the only speaker in this review that actually has an EQ, which makes it an easy sell. It offers a range of 12 band equalisers with four preset settings and three points of control, so you can set-up just the bass, mid or treble of the system.
You can also adjust the low pass filter of the EQ which will alter the bass cut-off, making the bass tighter or broader.
There is one more feature worth noting and that is the headphone jack. This allows you to connect a set of headphones to the Panas D 11 in order to monitor the output. It is, however, a mono version as you would find on any cheap headphone set, but you can easily swap the stereo lead out.
If you are in a very acoustically challenging environment then the good news is that you can use different microphones with the Panas D 11. These can be varied by sliding the grey sliders on the back panel. At the rear end of the panel are also two holes so that you can put the microphone stands into the holes and then push the microphone back into the stand to find the optimum distance.
Another very positive feature which is not often found on the Panas series is the USB 2.0 input and output sockets. This allows you to connect your PC to the Panas D 11 for
Ozone 6 serial number1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a semiconductor memory, and more particularly to a data line driving circuit to drive a data line in a semiconductor memory.
2. Description of the Related Art
In general, a semiconductor memory (hereinafter, referred to as a ‘memory’) includes a memory cell array in which a plurality of memory cells are arranged in rows and columns, a row decoder for selecting a memory cell row, and a column decoder for selecting a memory cell column. The memory cell array has a plurality of word lines that are provided to be in common with respect to the rows, a plurality of data lines that are provided to be in common with respect to the columns, and a plurality of cell plates that divide a memory cell that is provided between each of the word lines and the data lines.
For example, a memory cell array includes a plurality of word lines WL0 to WL15 and a plurality of data lines DL0 to DL3. Each of the data lines DL0 to DL3 is divided into a first half of data lines and a second half of data lines by data lines clampers. The first half of the data lines is coupled to a plurality of word lines, and the second half of the data lines is coupled to a dummy memory cell through a data line clamp, thereby dividing the data lines into a memory cell region and a dummy memory cell region.
Conventionally, each of the data lines is divided into the first half and the second half by each data line clamp. Here, when the divided data lines are driven to transfer data, generally, a first voltage Vcc is provided to a source of a driving transistor in a data line clamp, and a second voltage Vss is provided to a source of the driving transistor in a data line.
FIG. 1 is a circuit diagram of a data line driving circuit in a conventional semiconductor memory, and FIG. 2 is a timing diagram of an example.
Referring to FIG. 1, the data line driving circuit in a conventional semiconductor memory includes first and second PMOS transistors that are provided to correspond to the data lines DL and DLD, respectively, and first and second NMOS transistors that are provided to correspond to the data lines DL and DLD, respectively. The data line driving circuit includes inverters INV1, INV2, INV3 and INV4 that receive a signal CNT_CDR_LD