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From: Paul Burridge
Subject: Transient Analysis in SPICE
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Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 16:09:02 +0000
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I'm having to carry out several simulations on an RF amplifier that
takes typically seems to take at least 0.2 seconds to 'settle down' to
a steady output signal. So I'm looking to sample the output from say
from 0.2s to 0.202s at a small enough time-step to be able to just
about see individual cycles. So I set my start time for 0.2 seconds
and enter the other time commands as above. Problem is, I'm staring at
a blank screen for anything up to 15 minutes before the program
reaches the bit I'm interested in and starts to plot it. This is very
frustrating. Does anyone know of a way of 'fast-forwarding' to the
desired stretch of waveform without racing past it too fast to see
what's going on in detail within the actual desired section?
When you have to do this over and over again it's enough to drive you
"What is now proved was once only imagin'd"
- William Blake, 1793
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