Memristor Crossbar Array for Image Storing
This letter uses image overlay technique on memristor crossbar array (MCA) structure for image storing. Different programming circuits with time slot techniques are designed for the MCA consisting of the nonlinear HP memristor (HPMCA) and the MCA composed of the piece-wise linear threshold memristor (TMCA). The experiment results indicate that the HPMCA has a better performance, the TMCA is more practical in the industrial implementation. As a conclusion, the MCA made up of the memristor with both the nonlinear drift boundary property and the threshold property is preferred for image overlay.
KeywordsMemristor CMOS Unit Time Slot Image Overlay
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