Horowitz / Hill / Hayes style MOSFET symbols?

This alternative symbol for a MOSFET (just like your "CMOS" symbols, but with the gate "L" shaped instead of "T" shaped, to be even more clear about where the source is) is used by Horowitz and Hill and by the student guide ("Learning the Art of Electronics") by Hayes and Horowitz. I like it for being unambiguous, yet reminiscent of the BJT symbols. Would you consider adding it as yet another alternative MOSFET symbol display option?


I don't show their pMOS symbol in this drawing, but it has the arrow pointing inward, like that of a pnp BJT. The corner of the "L" at the gate is always by the source.

Many thanks, Bill Ashmanskas

by ashmanskas
November 07, 2016

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