A Review on Enhancement of SRAM Memory Cell

  • Amrit Lal Kushwaha Swami Vivekanand College of Science & Technology, Bhopal
  • Dharmendra Kumar Singh Swami Vivekanand College of Science & Technology, Bhopal
Keywords: SRAM, Delay Power, Transistors, T9, DRAM


In this field research paper explores the design and analysis of Static Random Access Memory (SRAMs) that focuses on optimizing delay and power. CMOS SRAM cell consumes very little power and has less read and write time. Higher cell ratios will decrease the read and write time and improve stability. PMOS semiconductor unit with fewer dimensions reduces the ability consumption. During this paper, 6T SRAM cell is implemented with reduced power and performance is good according to read and write time, delay and power consumption. It's been noticed typically that increased memory capability will increase the bit-line parasitic capacitance that successively slows down voltage sensing, to avoid this drawback use optimized scaling techniques and more, get improve performance of the design. Memories are a core part of most of the electronic systems. Performance in terms of speed and power dissipation is the major area of concern in today's memory technology. During this paper SRAM cells supported 6T, 9T, and 8T configurations are compared based on performance for reading and write operations. During this paper completely different static random access memory is designed to satisfy low power, high-performance circuit and also the extensive survey on options of various static random access memory (SRAM) designs were reported. Improve performance static random access memory based on designing a low power SRAM cell structure with optimum write access power.


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How to Cite
Kushwaha, A. L., & Singh, D. K. (2020). A Review on Enhancement of SRAM Memory Cell. International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, 9(1), 13-16. Retrieved from http://ijact.org/index.php/ijact/article/view/38