In circuit given if both Transistors have same VT what is the approximate value of highest possible output voltage vout if vh, can range from 0 to VDD, it is assumed that 0 < vT < VDD
  • a)
    VDD
  • b)
    vT
  • c)
    VDD - vT
  • d)
    0
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