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From: Paul Burridge
Subject: Re: Transistor amplifiers v. frequency in SPICE
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Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 07:44:23 +0000
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On Fri, 17 Jan 2003 01:41:34 GMT, James Meyer
> It looks suspicious. The SIN statement has six parameters. Only the
>last three can be safely omitted. You've only got two parameters showing.
>Stick a dummy 10K in just after the 0.02 and leave some whitespace between the
>10K and the following ).
I'm grateful for your input, James and I don't want to argue the toss
with you over something I know so little about, but here's the same
line from a different circuit I built up - the RF class C stage I
mentioned elsewhere in the thread a few minutes earlier today:
Vsource 37 27 DC 0 SIN( 0 1.2) AC 1.5
This works absolutely fine and yet still has only 2 parameters, just
the same as the simulation that doesn't work. I can't see how the lack
of parameters can account for the problem. OTOH, could it be that with
AC sweep, the missing parameters are inserted only at run-time by the
sweep function itself?
"What is now proved was once only imagin'd"
- William Blake, 1793
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