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How to find lambda values for models in particular technology?

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How to find lamda value for particular technology for models or r there any alternative ?
 

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lambda value

you cant determine exact lambda value, because its a function of L and other device parameters.but to determine an avg value plot V-I curves, and find the slope
 

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lambda value

Hi rampat,

Be clear, here lambda wat you are asking is either lambda technology or channel length modulation factor

if lambda technology factor then it is approximately equal to 0.5 times the minimum channel length.
 

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lambda value

i am asking abt channel length modulation factor..
can u tell me the difference between two.
 

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lambda value

channel length modulation factor lambda is an error value, known to a designer by seeing the output file
lambda technology value is used by a layout engineer (1/2 of min length) used to scale the layout drawings
 

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