Reconfigurable logic in nanoelectronic switching networks
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2007
We demonstrate how to configure and reconfigure a nanoelectronic nonlinear network to a universal set of logic gates by applying sequences of voltage pulses to the edges of the network. The nanoelectronic device is designed to consist of a self-assembled network of nanoparticles connected by two-terminal linker elements with hysteretic behaviour, allowing voltage-controlled switching between a linear and nonlinear current–voltage characteristic (IVC), making reconfigurable logic possible.
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