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Voltage divider for self-limited analog state programing of memristors

Author
Gomez, J.; Vourkas, I.; Abusleme, A.; Sirakoulis, G.; Rubio, A.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
IEEE transactions on circuits and systems II: express briefs
Date of publication
2019-06-19
First page
1
Last page
5
DOI
10.1109/TCSII.2019.2923716
Project funding
Towards Trusted Low-Power Things: Devices, Circuits and Architectures
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/168399 Open in new window
URL
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8740908 Open in new window
Abstract
Resistive switching devices - memristors - present a tunable, incremental switching behavior. Tuning their state accurately, repeatedly and in a wide range, makes memristors well-suited for multi-level (ML) resistive memory cells and analog computing applications. In this brief, the tuning approach based on a memristor-resistor voltage divider (VD) is validated here experimentally using commercial memristors from Knowm Inc. and a custom circuit. Rapid and controllable multi-state SET tuning is s...
Citation
Gomez, J. [et al.]. Voltage divider for self-limited analog state programing of memristors. "IEEE transactions on circuits and systems II: express briefs", 19 Juny 2019, p. 1-5.
Keywords
Digilent AD2, Knowm, Memristor, Multi- level memory, ReRAM, Resistive switching, Voltage divider
Group of research
HIPICS - High Performance Integrated Circuits and Systems

Participants

  • Gomez, Jorge  (author)
  • Vourkas, Ioannis  (author)
  • Abusleme, Angel  (author)
  • Sirakoulis, Georgios  (author)
  • Rubio Sola, Jose Antonio  (author)

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