PLEDM

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PLEDM (Phase-state Low Electron (hole)-number Drive Memory) is a type of memory chip, developed in 1999 at Hitachi's laboratory at the University of Cambridge. PLEDM is based on PLEDTR technology.[1]

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  1. ^ Cambridge Hitachi Corporate Technology Group- PLEDM
  2. ^ IEEE description: [1]

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