Simulation Study of an Electrically Read- and Writable Magnetic Logic Gate

T. Windbacher, O. Triebl, D. Osintsev, A. Makarov, V. Sverdlov, S. Selberherr

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In order to keep up with economic growth and competitiveness the performance of microelectronic components will continuously increase, thanks to the introduction of new device types and materials. Spin based technologies are promising candidates because of their fast switching capability, high endurance, and non-volatility. Furthermore, the use of spin as a degree of freedom permits the combination of information storage and processing in a single device creating a fully non-volatile information processing system and thus allowing an even denser layout of simplified building blocks. Recently a fully electrical read–write 1 bit demonstrator memory device out of a ferromagnetic semiconductor has been shown and it has been proposed to extend this device to a logic XOR gate. However, up to now neither the feasibility of this gate nor the extendability to further logic gates has been shown. In this work we carried out a rigorous simulation study of the proposed logic gate. We are able to show that firstly the magn
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)188-192
ЖурналMicroelectronic Engineering
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2013
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    Windbacher, T., Triebl, O., Osintsev, D., Makarov, A., Sverdlov, V., & Selberherr, S. (2013). Simulation Study of an Electrically Read- and Writable Magnetic Logic Gate. Microelectronic Engineering, 112, 188-192.