ovonic threshold switch

ovonic threshold switch

[ō′vän·ik ′thresh‚hōld ‚swich]
(electronics)
A glass switch which, after being brought from the highly resistive state to the conducting state, returns to the highly resistive state when the current falls below a holding current value. Abbreviated OTS.
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The companies are calling the thin film selector an Ovonic Threshold Switch (OTS), which acts like a resister between the stacked layers of PCM chips.
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PCMS is comprised of one PCM element layered with a newly used Ovonic Threshold Switch (OTS) in a true cross point array.