redundancy (in a memory)

The provision of extra memory cells, usually rows or columns, that can be mapped into the memory array to replace defective (or nonconforming) cells.

NOTE The mapping may be implemented by fuse, antifuse, or other programming techniques.

References

JESD100B.01, 12/02

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