1983
DOI: 10.1109/isscc.1983.1156455
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Abstract: The increasing importance of the CMOS technology for memories, to be reported in this session, underscores not only its outstanding performance, mainly in static memories, but also the growing evidence that this technology can and will be used in all kinds of memories, including DRAMS, EPROMs and EEPROMs.An example of this trend is the initial paper which will cover a 64K N-well CMOS DRAM, appearing about one year after the description of an experimental model. Results indicate quite a superiority over NMOS d…

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