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resistion
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Re: Second take on DS
resistion   6/22/2014 11:46:11 AM
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The lower pulse usually takes an exponentially longer time.

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resistion   6/22/2014 11:43:55 AM
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Seems the oxygen should prefer continuing upward into the Hf or Ta rather than return to the filament, which would still have higher oxygen concentration than a metal.

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Re: Second take on DS
Ron Neale   6/22/2014 11:33:54 AM
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Resistion: If it was down to me I would just repeat the step down pulse train and that would give the adavantage of the step down pulse effect and be the equivalent of repeating the maximum pulse. There is a contact email address on the VLSI paper who may be able to provide a more accurate answer. It is yylin@fudan.edu.cn

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resistion   6/22/2014 11:28:17 AM
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The complementary atomic switch looks like two CBRAM cells with a common upper electrode. Any two cells connected the same bit line would behave the same way.

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Second take on DS
resistion   6/22/2014 11:14:40 AM
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The Shanghai group is not being entirely straightforward about monitoring current during the SET down ramp. What happens when the ramp reaches 0 without success? Why not stay at the highest level all the way?



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