*5.67 Neglecting the channel-length-modulation effect, show that for the depletion-type NMOS transistor of Fig. P5.67, the i−v relationship is given by i = 1 2 k n(W/L)v2 −2Vtv for v ≥ Vt i = − 1 2 k n(W/L)Vt2 for v ≤ Vt (Recall that Vt is negative.) Sketch the i−v relationship for the case: V t = −2 V and kn(W/L) = 2 mA/V2.

67 1 - *5.67 Neglecting the channel-length-modulation effect, show that for the depletion-type NMOS transistor of Fig. P5.67, the i−v relationship is given by i = 1 2 k n(W/L)v2 −2Vtv for v ≥ Vt i = − 1 2 k n(W/L)Vt2 for v ≤ Vt (Recall that Vt is negative.) Sketch the i−v relationship for the case: V t = −2 V and kn(W/L) = 2 mA/V2.

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images - *5.67 Neglecting the channel-length-modulation effect, show that for the depletion-type NMOS transistor of Fig. P5.67, the i−v relationship is given by i = 1 2 k n(W/L)v2 −2Vtv for v ≥ Vt i = − 1 2 k n(W/L)Vt2 for v ≤ Vt (Recall that Vt is negative.) Sketch the i−v relationship for the case: V t = −2 V and kn(W/L) = 2 mA/V2.

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