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A 62-ns 16-Mb CMOS EPROM with voltage stress relaxation technique

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To meet the increasing demand for higher-density and faster EPROMs, a 16-Mb CMOS EPROM has been developed based on 0.6-μm N-well CMOS technology. In scaled EPROMs, it is important to guarantee device reliability under high-voltage operation during programming. By employing internal programming-voltage reduction and new stress relaxation circuits, it is possible to keep an external programming voltage Vpp of 12.5 V. The device achieves a 62-ns access time with a 12-mA operating current. A sense-line equalization and data-out latching scheme, made possible by address transition detection (ATD), and a bit-line bias circuit with two types of depletion load led to the fast access time with high noise immunity. This 16-Mb EPROM has pin compatibility with a standard 16-Mb mask-programmable ROM (MROM) and is operative in either word-wide or byte-wide READ mode. Cell size and chip size are 2.2 μm×1.75 μm and 7.18 mm×17.39 mm, respectively

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Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov 1991

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