Low-Frequency 1/f Noise Characteristics of Ultra-Thin AlOx-Based Resistive Switching Memory Devices with Magneto-Resistive Responses.
Abstract: Low-frequency 1/f voltage noise has been employed to probe stochastic charge dynamics in AlOx-based non-volatile resistive memory devices exhibiting both resistive switching (RS) and magneto-resistive (MR) effects. A 1/f noise power spectral density is observed in a wide range of applied voltage biases. By analyzing the experimental data within the framework of Hooge’s empirical relation, we found that the Hooge’s parameter and the exponent exhibit a distinct variation upon the resistance transition from the low resistance state (LRS) to the high resistance state (HRS), providing strong evidence that the electron trapping/de-trapping process, along with the electric field-driven oxygen vacancy migration in the AlOx barrier, plays an essential role in the charge transport dynamics of AlOx-based RS memory devices.
Universal identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/10641/2581
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