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    How are velocity at velocity saturation and Voltage at velocity saturation related?

    I have been reading Digital Integrated circuits by Jan Rabaey and I got one doubt. In there he says that

    (kp Vsatp)/(kn Vsatn) = (vsatp Wp/ vsatn Wn)

    Note that Vsat is the voltage at which Velocity saturation takes place and vsat is the velocity at which velocity gets saturated.

    I just couldn't understand he says that.

    Could you please help me in proving the above relationship?

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    Re: How are velocity at velocity saturation and Voltage at velocity saturation relate

    Someone please answer me this question.

    Thanks in advance.
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