A Logic-Compatible Embedded Flash Memory for Zero-Standby Power System-on-Chips Featuring a Multi-Story High Voltage Switch and a Selective Refresh Scheme

@article{Song2013ALE,
  title={A Logic-Compatible Embedded Flash Memory for Zero-Standby Power System-on-Chips Featuring a Multi-Story High Voltage Switch and a Selective Refresh Scheme},
  author={Seung-Hwan Song and Ki Chul Chun and Chris H. Kim},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={1302-1314}
}
Embedded flash memory implemented using standard I/O devices can open doors to new applications and system capabilities, as it can serve as a secure on-chip non-volatile storage for VLSI chips built in standard logic processes. For example, it is indispensable for adaptive self-healing techniques targeted for mitigating process variation and circuit aging related issues where system information must be retained during power down periods. Embedded non-volatile memory can also enable zero-standby… CONTINUE READING

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