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How to find the switching threshold of CMOS inverter from it's transfer characteristics in Cadence Virtuoso?

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    \$\begingroup\$ Which one? supply a part number. Cmos usually has a Vil at 1.3V and a ViH at 3.7V \$\endgroup\$ – laptop2d Jan 24 at 16:57
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If you have the transfer characteristics for an inverter in cadence virtuoso. Then the switching threshold is the point on the curve where vin=vout, so draw the line vin=vout over the curve and where it intersects the transfer curve for the inverter will give you the switching threshold. enter image description here

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