Garwin An Analysis of thse Operation of a Persistent - Supercurrent Memory Cell

  • Published 2002

Abstract

From a thin-film persistent-supercurrent memory cell is abstracted a particular theoretical model which is discussed exactly and in detail. The behavior predicted is in good agreement with that of experimental devices built to be as closely like the model a s was possible at the time.* Partly because of the simplicity of the analysis and the rather complete understanding thus gained, this model may prove to be useful for the design of large-scale memory and computing systems. For a single cell, a memory cycle time of 5 millimicroseconds should be achievable, and for a large memory perhaps 10 millimicroseconds.

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@inproceedings{2002GarwinAA, title={Garwin An Analysis of thse Operation of a Persistent - Supercurrent Memory Cell}, author={}, year={2002} }