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 DC sweep  

Last post Thu, Nov 14 2013 3:36 AM by shayM. 2 replies.
Started by shayM 13 Nov 2013 08:00 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 1581 views
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  • Wed, Nov 13 2013 8:00 AM

    • shayM
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    DC sweep Reply

    hello .

    im try to run simulation of CE amp. for samall signal .

    i look for specific Voltage to put on  the base that will give current of 1mA in the collector .

    how do i find the specic voltage afer i ran the DC sweep without usig the cursor ?

     TNX. 

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  • Wed, Nov 13 2013 8:42 AM

    • oldmouldy
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    Re: DC sweep Reply

    Well, using the cursor would be conventional, in that you can turn on the cursors in the Probe Window and then click on the Binoculars to perform the search, assuming that VB is the X axis and IC is Y axis, the search command would be "search forward level (1m)" without the quotes in the Search Command dialog, and the cursor will be placed where IC is 1m and you can then read VB from the cursor values.

    If you really don't want to use the cursor, I guess the "next best" would be to export the Probe values as text and search the results, again, in the Probe Window, Edit>Select All, then Edit>Copy, this will get the results as text on the Clipboard, you can then paste the results as text into a text editor, or a spreadsheet, and analyse them from there.

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  • Thu, Nov 14 2013 3:36 AM

    • shayM
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    Re: DC sweep Reply
    Thank you sir.
    You helped me a lot.
    When I said I was looking for a solution without using a cursor.
    I mean without using manually for obvious reasons.
    the command "
    search forward level"  is an excellent solution.
    TNX .
     
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