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Enhancement of flash memory endurance using short pulsed program/erase signals

Abstract : The present paper proposes to investigate the effect of short pulsed Program/Erase signals on the functioning of Flash memory transistors. Usually, electrical operations related to said devices involve the application of single long pulses to various terminals of the transistor to induce various tunneling effects allowing the variation of the floating gate charge. According to the literature, the oxide degradation occurring after a number of electrical operations, leading to loss of performance and reliability, can be reduced by replacing DC stress by AC stress or by reducing the time spent under polarization by the MOS-based devices. After a brief presentation of the functioning of the Flash memory transistors tested in this work, the experimental setup used to replace standard electric signals with short pulses will be described. Electrical results showing the benefits of programming and erasing non-volatile memories with short pulses will then be presented.
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P. Chiquet, J. Postel-Pellerin, C. Tuninetti, S. Souiki-Figuigui, P. Masson. Enhancement of flash memory endurance using short pulsed program/erase signals. ACTA IMEKO, International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO), 2016, 5 (4), pp.29-36. ⟨10.21014/acta_imeko.v5i4.422⟩. ⟨hal-01451431⟩



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