Cross-Point Memory Array Without Cell Selectors—Device Characteristics and Data Storage Pattern Dependencies

@article{Liang2010CrossPointMA,
  title={Cross-Point Memory Array Without Cell Selectors—Device Characteristics and Data Storage Pattern Dependencies},
  author={Jiale Liang and H.-S. Philip Wong},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices},
  year={2010},
  volume={57},
  pages={2531-2538}
}
Cross-point memory architecture offers high device density, yet it suffers from substantial sneak path leakages, which result in large power dissipation and a small sensing margin. The parasitic resistance associated with the interconnects further degrades the output signal and imposes an additional limitation on the maximum allowable array size. In this paper, we study the device requirements of a resistive cross-point memory array under the worst-case write and read operations. We focus on… CONTINUE READING
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