Can someone please explain to me why the output of this level-shifting circuit starts charging from around 2.8V to 5V, and NOT from 3.3V to 5V.
At the time where the output is at 5V there is a 3.3V potential at the source and gate terminal.
So i thought that the drain-source capacitance and the gate-drain capacitance would ramp up from 3.3V to 5V.
After studying my simulation a bit more:
This is what it looks like when i zoom. The voltage is initially 3.3V. Could this be due to reverse recovery??? so that the body diode conducts in the reverse condition for a short period of time. Could that be why the source voltage goes to 2.7V because of a diode drop?