Logic and computer design fundamentals by M. Morris R. Mano, Charles R. Kime, Tom Martin

By M. Morris R. Mano, Charles R. Kime, Tom Martin

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Similarly, when you write a “0” to an output port, then the output voltage goes low. 17 reveal some of the basic properties of high-speed CMOS logic. First, because of the complementary nature of the P-channel (the one on the top) and the N-channel (the one on the bottom) transistors, when the input is constant (continuously high or continuously low), the supply current, Icc, is very low. Second, the gate will require supply current only when the output switches from low to high or from high to low.

This condition can cause permanent damage to the transistors. Third, since the input A is connected to the gate of the two MOS transistors, the input currents will be very small (1 µA). In other words, the input impedance (input voltage divided by input current) of the gate is very high. Normally, a high input impedance is a good thing, except when the input is not connected. If the input is not connected, then it takes very little input currents to cause the logic level to switch. Common error: If unused input pins on a CMOS microcontroller are left unconnected, then the input signal may oscillate at high frequencies depending on the EM fields in the environment, wasting power unnecessarily.

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