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Comparison of Organic Pulse-Generator Circuits for Ferroelectric Memories Fabricated by All-Additive Printing
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Two pulse-generator circuits designed for writing non-volatile ferroelectric memory are fabricated by an all-additive inkjet process. One circuit is modeled on a traditional complementary design, while the second is based on a design methodology tailored for organic thin-film transistors through reduced device count and the use of a single device polarity. Both circuits are shown to successfully generate pulses that write the memory with a minimum voltage of 16 V.

 

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