Design Methodology for Electron-Trap Memory Cells

Abstract

In order to further reduce the feature size of semiconductor devices, the field of single-electronics has come of age. Single electron tunneling (SET) technology uses a single or few electrons to implement various analog and digital applications. Memory design is such a typical example. In this paper, we present a design methodology by discussing the… (More)

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