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A Novel Operation Scheme for Oxide-Based Resistive-Switching Memory Devices to Achieve Controlled Switching Behaviors

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10 Author(s)
B. Chen ; Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, Shenzhen, China ; B. Gao ; S. W. Sheng ; L. F. Liu
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A new operation scheme on oxide-based resistive-switching devices [resistive random access memory (RRAM)] is proposed to improve the controllability of switching processes in order to achieve an improved memory performance. The improved device-to-device and cycle-to-cycle uniformity, reduced RESET current, and adjustable RHRS/RLRS ratio are demonstrated in the HfOx-based RRAM devices by using the new operation scheme, indicating the validity of the new operation scheme. The physical mechanism accounting for the new operation scheme effect is discussed.

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IEEE Electron Device Letters  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 3 )