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I've found in several sites that SNM is the min between NMH and NML where NMH=VOHmin-VIHmin and NML=VILmax -VOLmax

But this paper really confuses me, because it uses the same graphics and apparently the same definition to DNM.

Can someone explain to me the difference between both concepts?

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The answer to your question is in the second paragraph of the Introduction section. It appears that the paper is trying to consider that a very narrow input pulse is less likely to cause a change in the output voltage than a pulse with higher duration.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ So basically its saying its the same definition but it's time dependent? I don't understand why are neccesary two definitions then. I don't see the changes in VIH,VOL,etc, they change? \$\endgroup\$ – Verónica Dec 29 '18 at 21:59

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