Noboru Sakimura

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A nonvolatile magnetic flip-flop (MFF) primitive cell for SoC design libraries has been developed using a unique MRAM process. It has high design compatibility with conventional CMOS LSI designs. MFF maximum frequency was estimated to be 3.5 GHz, which is comparable to that of a normal CMOS DFF. An MFF test chip was fabricated with the process. The(More)
Energy saving is currently one of the most important issues in the development of battery-powered wireless sensor nodes (WSNs). We have developed a non-volatile reconfigurable offioader for flexible and highly efficient processing on WSNs that uses NanoBridges (NBs), which are novel non-volatile and reprogrammable switching elements. Non-volatility is(More)