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From: "Mike Engelhardt"
Subject: Re: SPICE and amp stability
Date: 21 Nov 2002 16:03:09 GMT
Reply-To: "Mike Engelhardt"
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> > Well, don't take it personally, but I thought it
> > was a poor suggestion because it's more complicated
> It what way is it more complicated?
The circuit modifications are more extensive. You
promited the best way to do what he wanted to do
was to download some software you're promoting and
modify his circuit as in one of your examples.
I find it much easier to make a much smaller
modification of putting the AC voltage source in a
slighlty different place than he already has it.
The results of such an analysis would be easier to
use becuase his loop gain will vary with output
bais point and with the method I and others
suggested you can more easily set the bias point.
I should think that the only reasons anyone would
promote your way of doing this is either (i) you
didn't know about the technique the rest of us
suggested or (ii) you want to promote your
software. It just seems to me like a poor, in
comparison, way of dealing with the original
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