A Fully Integrated Tunable Memristor Emulator Circuit
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This chapter introduces the design of a memristor emulator which can be used for fully integrated circuit applications. The design employs a single voltage differencing transconductance amplifier (VDTA) as the active building block for simulating emulator behavior. Further, the design also contains one active analog multiplier, one passive grounded resistor, and capacitor, respectively. The proposed emulator circuit is simulated on the 45 nm CMOS technology node making it both cost and power-efficient emulator circuit. All the analytical derivations mentioned in this research work have been verified by simulation results obtained using Virtuoso custom design platform of Cadence. The non-volatile nature of the proposed circuit has also been validated.
KeywordsVoltage differencing transconductance amplifier Memristor emulator Voltage mode Memductance Hysteresis loop
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