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Asking for pmos graph.

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Hi does anyone here know how pmos graph roughly look alike.
Im searching for Ids vs Vgs graph.
Tq
 

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You will get many results form google using "p mosfet id vs vgs"

In addition you can also download a couple of P mosfet datasheets
 

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so, for pmos transistor, vth will be in negative value right?
because the graph is in lower left region of graph.
isn't it?
 

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For a P mosfet the lower voltage you apply to the gate compared to the source the more drain current you get.
The gave voltage is negative compared to the source
 

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The graph is in the 3rd quadrant, symmetrical about the origin to the NMOS graph, which is in the first quadrant.
 

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