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Note that the address must be stable for the entire EPROM access cycle. If the address changes during the cycle, the outputs also change as the EPROM attempts to access the data at the new address. This is why the address must be latched when using a microprocessor with a multiplexed address/data bus. The access time of the EPROM is a critical factor and is often overlooked in embedded designs. EPROM access times are specified as a maximum. For example, an EPROM with a specified maximum access time of 12011srequires no more than 120ns from the time the address is stable and chip select is low to generate a valid output.