Development of a Measurement Software for the Characterization of WORM Devices for Novel Memory Storage Applications

Authors: Mirko Congiu, Miguel H. Boratto, Paride Pica, Carlos F. O. Graeff

ABSTRACT
We hereby propose a software solution to perform high quality electrical measurements for the characterization of WORM (write-once read many), a new generation memory device which is being intensively studied for non-volatile data storage. The as-proposed software is completely based on .NET framework and sample C# code. The paper performed a relevant measurement based on this software. Working WORM devices, based on a polymeric matrix embedded with gold and copper sulfide nanoparticles, have been used for test measurements. The aim of this paper is to show the main steps to develop a fully working measurement software without using any expensive dedicated software.

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Journal: Journal of Computer and Communications
DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2018.69001 (PDF)
Paper Id: 87095 (metadata)

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