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Subject: Re: Transistor amplifiers v. frequency in SPICE
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Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 11:15:46 +1100
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Mike Monett wrote:
> 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:)
In netscape, select "view messages unread". When you're in a thread
you don't want to see any more of, press "k", which will make that