This report covers the resistive switching characteristics of cross-bar type semi-transparent (or see-through) resistive random access memory (RRAM) devices based on ZnO. In order to evaluate the transmittance of the devices, we designed the memory array with various electrode sizes and spaces between the electrodes. To prevent read disturbance problems due to sneak currents, we employed a metal oxide based p-NiO/n-ZnO diode structure, which exhibited good rectifying characteristics and high forward current density. Based on these results, we found that the combined metal oxide diode/RRAM device could be promising candidate with suppressed read disturbances of cross-bar type ZnO RRAM device.
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