Memristor-CMOS hybrid integrated circuits for reconfigurable logic.
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Hybrid reconfigurable logic circuits were fabricated by integrating memristor-based crossbars onto a foundry-built CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor) platform using nanoimprint lithography, as well as materials and processes that were compatible with the CMOS. Titanium dioxide thin-film memristors served as the configuration bits and switches in a data routing network and were connected to gate-level CMOS components that acted as logic elements, in a manner similar to a field programmable gate array. We analyzed the chips using a purpose-built testing system, and demonstrated the ability to configure individual devices, use them to wire up various logic gates and a flip-flop, and then reconfigure devices.
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Xia, Q., Robinett, W., Cumbie, M. W., Banerjee, N., Cardinali, T. J., Yang, J. J., ... Williams, R. S.
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Xia, Qiangfei||Robinett, Warren||Cumbie, Michael W||Banerjee, Neel||Cardinali, Thomas J||Yang, J Joshua||Wu, Wei||Li, Xuema||Tong, William M||Strukov, Dmitri B||Snider, Gregory S||Medeiros-Ribeiro, Gilberto||Williams, R Stanley