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CMOS-Memristor hybrid circuit for Edge detection using NI Multisim and MATLAB

Hello, In this post we will have a look at the following: Setting up 180nm/100nm MOSFET Models in Multisim Setting up memristor model in NI MULTISIM A CMOS-Memristor hybrid circuit for edge detection Using MATLAB for image analysis NI Multisim is a great tool for simulation of both analog and digital circuits. One reason i like it over LTSpice or PSpice is the ease with which one can simulate mixed signal circuitry. Using Multisim along with MATLAB,…

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Memristors: Models, Window functions and their SPICE Simulations

This post mainly covers different famous memristor models, window functions along with their SPICE simulations(done on LTSPICE). Window function are used to add non-linearity at the boundaries while Models are used establish a linear/non-linear relationship between the rate of state change and the stimulus (current/voltage). Content: Models Linear Non-linear Threshold Macro-model Window functions Properties of window functions Types of window functions: Struckov Benderli Joglekar Biolek Prodomakis Jinxiang SPICE simulations Memristor Models Linear Ion drift Model (Ideal Model)…

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Memristors : Motivation, Theory and Feasibility

Memristors, the fourth missing element after Inductance, Resistance and capacitance is nowadays a very hot topic of research among the electronics community. A large number of papers on it’s models, applications and feasibility are now available. In this post i’ll try to cover most of it’s background research: Content:- Introduction What are memristors? Characteristics of a memristor Transistor vs memristor Polarity of a memristor and an analogy Memristor links to chaos theory?[TBD] Motivation well-known problems with present…

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