From: Mike Monett
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Subject: Re: Transistor amplifiers v. frequency in SPICE
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Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 18:09:56 -0500
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Organization: Bell Sympatico
Paul Burridge wrote:
> Mike Monett wrote in message news:<3E219D46.6F0A@sneakemail.com>...
> > From your description, it seems the ac plot is showing the signal source,
> > not the output of the amplifier.
> That would certainly account for a lot! I'll look into it.
Actually, James Meyer gave a better answer. But I still think MicroCap
has the best error handling and is very easy to use. Of course, I run Win
3.11, so I'm not up to date on new versions.
> > I'm not sure what the "PH_DEG" plot refers to. Normally, if you want the
> > phase response, you have to ask for it explicitly. Also, you forgot to
> > tell us what SPICE program you are running.
> It's a combination of Berkeley Spice and X-Spice. I'm sorry I didn't post
> this before, but for some reason, I'm not seeing all the posts to these
> threads with my usual off-line newsreader, Agent. I'm having to read this
> in Google. Apologies to you and anyone else who may have thought I couldn't
> be bothered to answer them. I can assure you it's totally beyond my control!
> When I get a moment I'll re-install Agent and see if that sorts the problem
I just discovered a similar problem in Netscape. When I limit the maximum
number of files to 150 or so, it often reaches the limit, especially when
there is a flame contest brewing. Afterwards I mark the entire newsgroup
as read, and it conveniently ignores the missing ones even though they
were never displayed.
The alternative is to increase the max file limit, but then it wastes a
lot of time downloading.
Another alternative would be to get people to stop their pissing
contests, but that is unlikely to happen:)