I need to translate a 3.3v signal to 5.7v with transition of around 60ns or less. Voltage translators such as the TXS0101 usually specify the logic high level for the input as VDD x ~0.65 (= 3.7v in my case), and their upper level is usually 5.5v. I have tried with a P and N MOSFET (see diagram below) but the P MOSFET is not saturated because 3.3v - 5.7v = -2.4v which is insufficient. Adding a resistor between 5.7v and the P MOSFET source fixes the saturation but the switching time becomes too long.
Is there in fact an IC which can do what I want? I've looked around but can't find one.
One other consideration is that a voltage drop at the output (to around 4.7v) is acceptable, but doing that without burning quite a lot of watts seems to be tricky. I tried using a 4.7v zener to drop the P input to 4.7v but it wastes a lot of current.
Update with 2nd attempt here. It's not quite as quick as I'd like but think it can work. Thanks for the input, the baker clamp was new to me, works like a charm.
 relaxed timing requirement to 40ns
 relaxed timing requirement to 60ns
 added 2nd attempt