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lm7805

  • Re: LM7805 - What's wrong?

    oldmouldy thank you for your very quick response, but it's seems this circuit doesn't work for what I'm looking for, which is a adjustable current source (from 4mA to 20mA). This adjustable current source is to replace the current source on the circuit attached. The goal of the circuit is...
    Posted to Cadence Academic Network (Forum) by borntonag on Tue, Nov 20 2012
  • LM7805 - What's wrong?

    Hi, I'm trying to simulate a adjustable current source (from 4mA to 20mA) but something is wrong with the circuit and I can't identify what I'm doing wrong. Can someone please help me? Best regards. Note: Circuit attached.The middle one is where I need help, the other two are just for reference...
    Posted to Cadence Academic Network (Forum) by borntonag on Wed, Oct 31 2012
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