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kilobyte (K, kb)

[kil′ə-bīt]
one thousand (or, more precisely, 1024) bytes.
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In addition, the new Performance Line MCUs, with 256 Kbytes to 512 Kbytes of Flash, now include an extra PWM timer, offering two timers with seven outputs and dead-time control.
Based on ST's proprietary Programmable System Device (PSD) architecture, uPSD3200 devices feature dual independent banks of Flash memory up to 256 KBytes and 32 KBytes, respectively, capable of concurrent read-write operation, SRAM, and over 3000 gates of programmable logic with 16 macrocells.
Occupying less than 10 kbytes of memory (in a minimal configuration), OSEck delivers fully pre-emptive, event-driven, real-time response with a context switching speed of 300 nsec and a worst-case interrupt latency of 1 usec.
Both modules are available in sizes of 256 KBytes, 512 KBytes, and 1 MByte.
66 Kbytes of Flash program memory, which can typically withstand 100,000 erase/write cycles and has 40-plus years of data retention over a wide operating-voltage and temperature range
NASDAQ: MCHP), a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, today announced the new PIC18F45J10 family, which are some of the fastest 8-bit microcontrollers in the world to provide 32 Kbytes of Flash program memory in 28-pin packages.
The dsPIC33 family operates at 40 MIPS, with family members ranging from 64 to 256 Kbytes of self-programming Flash, 8 to 30 Kbytes of RAM and 64- to 100-pin packages.
The PIC24 16-bit microcontroller family debuts with 22 general-purpose devices and offers up to 40 MIPS performance, 16 Kbytes of RAM and 256 Kbytes of Flash program memory, and up to 100-pin packages.
Featuring a 32-bit ARM7/TDMI-S(TM) RISC core operating at speeds of up to 50 MHz, the MAC 7111 is equipped with 512 kbytes of program flash EEPROM, 32 kbytes of data flash EEPROM, and 32 kbytes of RAM.