From: "Helmut Sennewald"
Subject: Re: How to interpret AC Analysis?
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2002 01:01:15 +0200
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"carltons" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> In article , "Helmut Sennewald"
> I agree with you completely, but something in this thread just wasn't
> making much sense. AC analysis is fine by itself if you're sure that the
> circuit is stable and that the voltages in and out are going to make it
> linear. To believe otherwise is a waste of simulation time. BTW, does
> anyone ever check the zeta of the filter that they design using time
> domain analysis? I do, but I'm weird.
I always check the pulse response, because nearly all of my
designs have requirements in the time domain like settling time.
When it comes to PID controller you definitely need the transient
analysis due to the nonlinearities caused by the possible saturation
of your integrator and/or differentiator. This does not mean
that the circuit didn't regulate, even with saturation, but the
behaviour wil be much different from the linear model.
Baseball in Germany
> Not a baseball player. Just a old ex-Motorola engineer. I did play third
> plate when I was younger and am a right hander, however.
I don't understand any rule of baseball, but there is a
baseball team in the town I live.
I will read the rules tomorrow. It's the part "Regelkunde".
The "USA Links" may be of interest for you.