Nonvolatile Programmable Switch With Adjacently Integrated Flash Memory and CMOS Logic for Low-Power and High-Speed FPGA

@article{Zaitsu2015NonvolatilePS,
  title={Nonvolatile Programmable Switch With Adjacently Integrated Flash Memory and CMOS Logic for Low-Power and High-Speed FPGA},
  author={Koichiro Zaitsu and Kosuke Tatsumura and Mari Matsumoto and Masato Oda and Shinichi Yasuda},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices},
  year={2015},
  volume={62},
  pages={4009-4014}
}
Novel nonvolatile programmable switch for low-power and high-speed field-programmable gate array (FPGA) where flash memory is adjacently integrated to CMOS logic is demonstrated. The flash memory and the high-speed switching transistor (SwTr) are fabricated close to each other without deteriorating their respective performance. Furthermore, programming schemes to write and erase the flash memory are optimized so that the memory is successfully programmed without any damage to the SwTrs. Flash… CONTINUE READING

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