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A new extraction method of retention time from the leakage current in 0.23 μm DRAM memory cell

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6 Author(s)
Choong-Mo Nam ; Div. of Memory R&D, Hyundai Microelectron., Kyoungki, South Korea ; Sung-Kye Park ; Sang-Ho Lee ; Jai-Bum Suh
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The retention time distributions of DRAM memory cell with 0.23 μm design rule and STI (Shallow Trench Isolation) have been investigated for several process splits that are designed to increase the retention time. A new extraction method of retention time in memory cell is proposed from the cell leakage current behavior at the general test pattern of memory cell array structure. The 50% bit failure time of memory cell is calculated by the proposed method and compared with the measured retention time. The calculated retention time is very well matched with the measured result in several process conditions of memory cell. Thus, this method can be used for extraction of the retention time of high-density DRAM memory (below 0.23 μm) from the cell leakage current.

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Microelectronic Test Structures, 2000. ICMTS 2000. Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on

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2000

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