|Non Volatile Memory|
|Definition||the name given to the ‘flash’ [[RAM]] found in many items of solid state avionic equipment fitted to modern aircraft. ‘Non Volatile’ means that, subject to memory capacity, stored data is retained when electrical power is removed. +|
|Defsource||SKYBRARY, reference tool for aviation safety knowledge [http://www.skybrary.aero/index.php/Non_Volatile_Memory?utm_source=SKYbrary&utm_campaign=7134791f52-SKYbrary_Highlight_28_12_2011&utm_medium=email] +|
|Note||NVM is most often included in a design to aid fault identification and rectification by the provision of a history of recorded fault signals. Many familiar items of avionic equipment are nowadays of solid state design and incorporate NVM. +|
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|Categories||Information Management , Avionics|
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