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No Quiz 3 ECE 438 ECE Department, University of Waterloo For CMOS inverter in 180nm technology, with: Wn: NMOS Transistor Width=600 nm Cload=10fF. Input rise/fall time 30pS. 1- Plot tp=(tpHL+tpLH)/2, tpHL , tpLH by sweeping (W p Wn ) from 1 to 12 (Use Cadence Calculator and Parameter Analysis). 2- Find the (W p Wn ) ratio which makes the tpHL=tpLH 3- the For obtained ratio from (step 2) find the tr and tf. 4-...

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No Quiz 3 ECE 438 ECE Department, University of Waterloo For CMOS inverter in 180nm technology, with: Wn: NMOS Transistor Width=600 nm Cload=10fF. Input rise/fall time 30pS. 1- Plot tp=(tpHL+tpLH)/2, tpHL , tpLH by sweeping (W p Wn ) from 1 to 12 (Use Cadence Calculator and Parameter Analysis). 2- Find the (W p Wn ) ratio which makes the tpHL=tpLH 3- the For obtained ratio from (step 2) find the tr and tf. 4- Plot the time domain response of the obtained ratio. 5- Compute the average power consumption of the obtained ratio by: Pavg = V I avg , Please report th...

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W. Alabama - ECE - 438
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W. Alabama - ECE - 438
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