Domain Wall Shift Register-Based Reconfigurable Logic

@article{Ravelosona2011DomainWS,
  title={Domain Wall Shift Register-Based Reconfigurable Logic},
  author={Dafine Ravelosona and Jacques-Olivier Klein and Claude Chappert},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
  year={2011},
  volume={47},
  pages={2966-2969}
}
The current challenges of spintronic devices are the large power and long latency for magnetic switching. Current-induced domain wall (DW) motion is a new switching mechanism promising low-power, high-density, and high-speed circuits. It was first studied to build “race track” memory, which is considered as one of the most emerging technologies for future stand-alone memory. Based on the 3-D hybrid integration above CMOS circuits and using magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) as the write/read heads… CONTINUE READING
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