Processing...

# Electronics and Electrical Engineering Design Forum

## CMOS circuit

how to calculate W and L in CMOS??
I find it difficult..
help

2 years ago

Score: 0

Thats really difficult, do you know what you are asking ? I dont…
Are you asking for width and length of a CMOS chip ? Maybe the datasheet helps…
Has your question something todo with power requirement and inductivity ?
Maybe you could precise your question a little bit

Score: 0

n the CMOS circuit are the W and L..
I’m analyzing the comparator circuit with the help of mentor graphics and LTspice .. as an example
written there and the value of L = 1u W = 75.59u, how do I know the value of it??
how the formula??

sequence is presented below.

Attached Files:

Score: 1

I second that!

‘W’ could stand for:

• Width
• Watts
• Wow-factor
• Wife avoidance
• Wisp potential (as in smoke)

‘L’ could stand for:

• Length
• Inductance
• Loss
• Leakage
• Laziness (as portrayed in the brevity of this question)
• Lack of interest (so why am I spending so much time on this???)
• Lots of fun coming up with these ;)

Score: 0

W in the word width and length L in the word ..
if you can help me to tell how to calculate the W and L …
thank you

Score: 0

I think , probably you need a FIB set or maybe other NANOelectronics set similar STM , SEM ,TEM , AFM , NSOM , … .
Focused ion beam (FIB) systems have been produced commercially for approximately ten years, primarily for large semiconductor manufacturers.

Score: 0

in the CMOS circuit are the W and L..
I’m analyzing the comparator circuit with the help of mentor graphics and LTspice .. as an example
written there and the value of L = 1u W = 75.59u, how do I know the value of it??
how the formula??

sequence is presented below.

Attached Files:

Score: 0

Well I think I cant help you with your circuit but with the information you gave us so far:

You want to know how to calculate L = 1u ?
Try L = 1m * 1m gives 1u, for W you can do it in a similar way…

You think this is a stupid answer ?
I think so too, but maybe you take some time to analyze your question…
And read carefully Steves comment maybe there is a hidden hint…

Score: 0

oke thank you ulf Kirchner…

Login or Register to discuss this topic.