Considerations When using CMOS

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  1. xPatrickx

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    I need 5 considerations when working CMOS
     
  2. thingmaker3

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    Have you tried Google?

    This forum is for homework help. Not for "do my homework for me."
     
  3. xPatrickx

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    Yes i have and have gotten 2
     
  4. Dave

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    What are the two you have?

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  5. xPatrickx

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    Sensitive to static electricty
    May be actived by spurious voltage sources if left floating
     
  6. Dave

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    Think about the fact that the inputs to CMOS circuits drive twice the number of MOS-gates as a typical circuit, i.e. they drive both the nMOS and the complimentary pMOS transistor gates. Consider what affect this has on speed by virtue of the RC time constants, i.e. twice the C means the RC time constant will <longer/shorter> and therefore the CMOS circuit will be <faster/slower>.

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  7. hgmjr

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    Check into the power consumption aspects of CMOS logic.

    hgmjr
     
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  9. oister

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    cmos have faster switching speed and higher power speed due to the its made by one p and n junction.
     
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