There are many types of FETs. You should be more specific. Part numbers would clear things up, but you're the one asking for help and you shouldn't make that any more difficult for us than it has to be.As far as the polarity and type of FETs is where i am unsure.
There is no need for it to be turned off. Basically a single throw switch. And i used on P and one N FetCan you use more than 3V?
3V will require a MOSFET with a very low threshold voltage, Vgs(th), of less than 2V maximum.
What polarity MOSFETs did you use (N or P channel)?
How will the latch be turned off once it is latched?
i simulated it through multisim, but im not sure which is The P and which is the N. This was drawn for me as an example by our advisory prof. I just cant seem to get it to work and he did not explain all of the detailsWhich is which?
How did you simulate this, and with what devices?
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