Lecture_39 - V DD = +5 V, R D = 20 k, K n = 200 A/V 2 , V...

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Switching Applications of the MOSFET r DS ON concept: i D = K n [2( v GS V TN ) v DS v DS 2 ] Example: Find v O if V DD = 5 V, R D = 10 k Ω , v I = 5 V K n = 10 mA/V 2 , V TN = 0.8 V Model: EE 310 Lecture 39 Lecture 39 Page 1
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The NMOS Inverter V Ot Find V Ot where the device transitions from saturation to triode region. EE 310 Lecture 39 Lecture 39 Page 2
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Inverter Transfer Characteristic Example Find the input and output voltages at the transition point for the NMOS inverter shown: Find the logic low and high output voltages:
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Unformatted text preview: V DD = +5 V, R D = 20 k, K n = 200 A/V 2 , V TN = 0.8 V EE 310 Lecture 39 Lecture 39 Page 3 The Road to CMOS Logic - NMOS w/Resistive Load Problems with this circuit: EE 310 Lecture 39 Lecture 39 Page 4 The Road to CMOS Logic - The Active Load Problems with this circuit: EE 310 Lecture 39 Lecture 39 Page 5 A Conceptual View of CMOS Logic EE 310 Lecture 39 Lecture 39 Page 6...
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