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High-Frequency TaOx-Based Compact Oscillators
During this paper, we have a tendency to demonstrate 3 key options of oxide-based mostly nano-oscillators: 1) the observation of threshold switching and filamentary oscillations in TaOx; 2) the best frequency achieved by oxide-based mostly oscillators; and 3) a study with linear (resistor) and nonlinear (transistor) ballasts to clearly perceive the role of filament dynamics in scaling. These oscillators show frequency tunability over the vary of twenty kHz-250 MHz, with 250 MHz being the highest reported frequency for this class of oscillators. Totally different sorts of ballasts show frequency tunability using two distinct ways: 1) by tuning the channel resistance of the transistor and a pair of) by increasing the rail voltage across the ballast-device try. This sheds new light on the oscillator dynamics for dense oscillator arrays aimed at oscillatory neural networks and alternative applications.
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