How to Calculate Propagation Delay for Low to High Output Transition CMOS?
Propagation Delay for Low to High Output Transition CMOS calculator uses Time for Low to High Transition of Output = (Inverter CMOS Load Capacitance/(Transconductance of PMOS*(Supply Voltage-abs(Threshold Voltage of PMOS with Body Bias))))*(((2*abs(Threshold Voltage of PMOS with Body Bias))/(Supply Voltage-abs(Threshold Voltage of PMOS with Body Bias)))+ln((4*(Supply Voltage-abs(Threshold Voltage of PMOS with Body Bias))/Supply Voltage)-1)) to calculate the Time for Low to High Transition of Output, Propagation Delay for Low to High Output Transition CMOS refers to the time taken for a signal at the output terminal of a CMOS device to transition from a low voltage level to a high voltage level. This delay includes various factors such as gate delays and interconnect delays within the CMOS circuit. Time for Low to High Transition of Output is denoted by ζ_{PLH} symbol.
How to calculate Propagation Delay for Low to High Output Transition CMOS using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Propagation Delay for Low to High Output Transition CMOS, enter Inverter CMOS Load Capacitance (C_{load}), Transconductance of PMOS (K_{p}), Supply Voltage (V_{DD}) & Threshold Voltage of PMOS with Body Bias (V_{T,p}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Propagation Delay for Low to High Output Transition CMOS calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.2E+6 = (9.3E-16/(8E-05*(3.3-abs((-0.9)))))*(((2*abs((-0.9)))/(3.3-abs((-0.9))))+ln((4*(3.3-abs((-0.9)))/3.3)-1)).