Circuit diagram of CMOS function

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J_Rod

Joined Nov 4, 2014
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Good morning,
In this problem given is a logical function Y = [ (ABC +DE)(F +GH) ]' and I am supposed to draw the CMOS circuit implementing this. I know the pull-down path is correct but I am not sure if the pull-up path is correct. Y=((ABC+DE)(F+GH))\' diagram.png
For the pull-down path, OUT = 0 when A=B=C=F = 1, A=B=C=G=H = 1, D=E=F = 1, and D=E=G=H = 1. This means the transistors will be in the linear mode of operation and will pull down OUT to ground. For the pull-up path, the general rule is that transistors in series in the pull-down path become in parallel, and transistors in parallel in the pull-down network become in series. If A or B or C and E = 0, OUT = 1. If A or B or C and D = 0, OUT = 1. If F and G = 0, OUT = 1. If F and H = 0, OUT = 1. Thanks for the help.
 

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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The pullup and pulldown paths are complements of each other, so DeMorgans theorem dictates that whatever is in parallel in one will be in series in the other and vice-versa.

Your circuit looks fine (assuming I'm not missing something -- always a possibility).
 
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