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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: SPICE and amp stability
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Mike Engelhardt wrote:
>>> 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.
Its an insertion of one component.
I could not find "promited" in the Cambridge online dictionary.
>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.
Indeed. It certainly gives my software visibility.
> 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.
I certainly agree that putting in a series source is quite easy.
> 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.
However, you now have to instruct the simulator to do a division. As I
noted, this can be inconvenient.
> I should think that the only reasons anyone would
> promote your way of doing this is
Because it is a way that is used by 1000's of designers, and it works.
either (i) you
> didn't know about the technique the rest of us
Oh, that must be it then.
> or (ii) you want to promote your
Indeed I do. I don't pretend to to do otherwise.
SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
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