Overcoming Challenges In Next-Generation SRAM Cell Architectures

Static Random-Access Memory (SRAM) has been a key element for logic circuitry since the early age of the semiconductor industry. The SRAM cell usually consists of six transistors connected to each other in order to perform logic storage and other functions. The size of the 6T (6 Transistors) SRAM cell has shrunk steadily over the past decades, thanks to Moore’s Law and the size reduction of t... » read more