So I'm building something and I figured I needed a mid-voltage Comparator or symmetrical Schmitt Trigger (by losing the MOSFET half of the V2 side). For reasons of "just-because", I decided it should be MOSFET based. So I thought I wouldn't run to any problem, but just when I started, there are values that popped up I don't think is correct.
Below is the stripped-down version:
Now, I'm just wondering as to why CMP1 would be "15V", as M1 should not even switch on as the gate is less electropositive than the source.
This is just the MOSFET implementation of this BJT comparator:
Also, I gave the title "CMOS Comparator", what I meant was "MOSFET Comparator". I corrected it now.