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Reliable gas sensing with memristive crossbar array


Gas sensing is one of the proposed application field of memristive devices. We used a crossbar array of memristors as gas sensor using the HP labs fabricated TiO2 based memristor model in an attempt to improve sensing accuracy. We introduced the possibility of reliable multiple gases detection using multiple rows of memristors as separate sensor in a crossbar array. Our experimental results show that an array of memristors can minimise measurement errors as well as provide a good redundancy measure during gas sensing. Measurements taken from the sensors are also not affected by alternate current paths problem often experienced in crossbar architecture.

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Adeyamo, Adedotun
Jabir, Abusaleh
Mathew, Jimson
Martinelli, Eugenio
di Natale, Corrado
Ottavi, Marco

Oxford Brookes departments

Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment\Department of Computing and Communication Technologies


Year of publication: 2017
Date of RADAR deposit: 2017-10-30

© 2017 IEEE

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