From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: PSU ripple current
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 08:15:30 +1100
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"Mike Monett" wrote in message
> John Woodgate wrote:
> > I read in sci.electronics.design that Mike Monett
> > wrote (in <3E24C158.6CC0@sneakemail.com>)
> > about 'PSU ripple current', on Tue, 14 Jan 2003:
> > >Toss this in SPICE
> > >and you have all the answers to any question, and everyone get the same
> > >answer.
> > If that were true, we wouldn't get so many enquiries here about SPICE
> > problems.
> Mostly bad GUI design, how to add new models, how to set up parameters,
> where to find devices models, and so on. The art of SPICE is to know what
> to include and what to exclude from the model. Once this is decided,
> every version of SPICE should give very similar answers.
** Building the model and making correct interpretations is fraught with
traps as you have recently found with the topic of this thread.
It is very easy ot come up with some half baked data and go off
half cocked as a result.
> It's a lot better than guessing, which is what is going on in this
** The guessing is moslty comimg from you Mr Monet - since you did not
bother to read the OP or figure out the context of various posts.
I suppose if the peasants have no Spice then let them eat cake ??