*5.27 The table above lists 10 different cases labeled (a) to (j) for operating an NMOS transistor with Vt = 1 V. In each case the voltages at the source, gate, and drain (relative to the circuit ground) are specified. You are required to complete the table entries. Note that if you encounter a case for which vDS is negative, you should exchange the drain and source before solving the problem. You can do this because the MOSFET is a symmetric device.

27 1 - *5.27 The table above lists 10 different cases labeled (a) to (j) for operating an NMOS transistor with Vt = 1 V. In each case the voltages at the source, gate, and drain (relative to the circuit ground) are specified. You are required to complete the table entries. Note that if you encounter a case for which vDS is negative, you should exchange the drain and source before solving the problem. You can do this because the MOSFET is a symmetric device.

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images - *5.27 The table above lists 10 different cases labeled (a) to (j) for operating an NMOS transistor with Vt = 1 V. In each case the voltages at the source, gate, and drain (relative to the circuit ground) are specified. You are required to complete the table entries. Note that if you encounter a case for which vDS is negative, you should exchange the drain and source before solving the problem. You can do this because the MOSFET is a symmetric device.

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