Abstract

Plasmonic defect spectroscopy of STT-RAMs under high energy radiation is proposed here. We show that engineered constellation designs of the STT-RAMs can be used to understand radiation defects by measuring optical reflectivity, diffraction, or absorption.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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