|Title:||Impact of Electroforming Current on Self-Compliance Resistive Switching in an ITO/Gd:SiOx/TiN Structure|
Sze, Simon. M.
Department of Electronics Engineering and Institute of Electronics
|Keywords:||Indium tin oxide (ITO);resistance switching;resistive random access memory (ReRAM);self-built current compliance|
|Abstract:||This letter investigates self-compliance behavior for nonvolatile resistance random access memory using the indium tin oxide (ITO)/Gd:SiOx/TiN structure. Different current compliances in the electroforming process results in different trends in the set process, including a different self-compliance scale and one-or two-step set behaviors. The oxygen ions generated during the electroforming and set process drift to ITO, inducing a semiconductor-like ITO interface formation, which can be regarded as a self-built series resistor.|
|Journal:||IEEE ELECTRON DEVICE LETTERS|
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