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Unformatted text preview: depending on different input vector combinations applied to the inputs of the gate. Consider a 2-input NAND gate. Explain for which input combinations, the and the delays occur. g g and N 5 2 c m s n i l l a f m u m i x a m g n i s i n i r l l a m f g u m i x a n i s i r m Perform SPICE simulation with the libraries that you have used in lab, i.e., to confirm your answer. Use L = 300 nm, VDD = 2.5 V. t P 5 2 ) c m c t s r a t P so that the is . Clearly explain the procedure you have followed. Submit the necessary plots showing the trade-off between propagation delays and transistor widths. t u p t u o - o t - t u p n i m u m i x a m s d...
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