After the random read access the page data is transferred to the page buffer in a time of
tWHBH (refer to Table 21 for value). Once the transfer is complete the Ready/Busy signal
goes High. The data can then be read out sequentially (from selected column address to
last column address) by pulsing the Read Enable signal.
Figure 8. Read (A,B,C) operations
Data output (sequentially)
Sequential row read
After the data in last column of the page is output, if the Read Enable signal is pulsed and
Chip Enable remains Low, then the next page is automatically loaded into the page buffer
and the read operation continues. A sequential row read operation can only be used to read
within a block. If the block changes a new read command must be issued. Refer to Figure 9:
Sequential row read operations and Figure 10: Sequential row read block diagrams for
details about sequential row read operations. To terminate a sequential row read operation,
set to High the Chip Enable signal for more than tEHEL. Sequential row read is not available
when the Chip Enable don’t care option is enabled.