This is a CMOS inverter, a logic gate which converts a high input to low and low to high. Click on the input at left to change its state. When the input is high, the n-MOSFET on the bottom switches on, pulling the output to ground. The p-MOSFET on top switches off. When the input is low, the gate-source voltage on the n-MOSFET is below its threshold, so it switches off, and the p-MOSFET switches on to pull the output high. -- Credits: Mr. Paul Falstad.
|Saima said: (Mar 19, 2014)|
|Can you please explain the working of a cmos inverter?|
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