Indirect Programming of Floating-Gate Transistors

@article{Graham2005IndirectPO,
  title={Indirect Programming of Floating-Gate Transistors},
  author={David W. Graham and Ethan Farquhar and Brian P. Degnan and Christal Gordon and Paul E. Hasler},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers},
  year={2005},
  volume={54},
  pages={951-963}
}
Floating-gate (FG) transistors are useful for precisely programming a large array of current sources. Present FG programming techniques require disconnection of the transistor from the rest of its circuit while it is being programmed. We present a new method of programming FG transistors that does not require this disconnection. In this indirect programming method, two transistors share a FG allowing one to exist directly in a circuit while the other is reserved for programming. Since the… CONTINUE READING
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