Memristor Modeling and Analysis for Linear Dopant Drift Kinetics
The memristor technology is getting increased attention from introduction of first TiO2 based Memristive structure by HP labs, though the concept introduced long back in 1970 by Professor Chua. In this work, first we explain working of TiO2 based Memristor and then modeling of memristor in MATLAB for understanding the frequency and voltage magnitude relationship for full length travel of boundary between doped and undoped layer. With aid of this model, we examined current–voltage characteristics and flux dependence of two-terminal memristive devices, which concludes that required Flux for Full Length Boundary Movement depends only upon physical parameters of memristor; like core length and dopant ion mobility.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 December 2016
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