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Compensating for parasitic voltage drops in circuit arrays

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August 7, 2018
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Various technologies for improving uniformity of operation of elements in an array circuit are described herein. In an exemplary embodiment, a plurality of resistive elements are incorporated into an array circuit such that voltages developed across any two elements is substantially the same when an equal voltage is applied to energize the elements. In a crossbar array circuit that comprises a plurality of elements arranged in rows and columns, the resistance of each of the resistive elements is based upon a row or column to which the resistive element is connected.
15/ 841,670
December 14, 2017
H01L 27/24 (20060101)G11C 5/06 (20060101)H01L 27/32 (20060101)G11C 5/14 (20060101)H01L 45/00 (20060101)H01L 27/15 (20060101)G11C 13/00 (20060101)H01L 49/02 (20060101)
STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENTAL INTEREST This invention was made with Government support under Contract No. DE-NA0003525 awarded by the United States Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration. The U.S. Government has certain rights in the invention.