Am Mi, 19.04.2006, 09:31, schrieb thierry scordilis:
> since the HB is not available yet, the simulation for the PA has to be
> done in transient ... so if not working no PA tutorial for the moment,
> I will try to work on the LNA so ...
Ok. So I don't block too much...
> PS: what do you think on the dev/ directory and the way to use it ...
Hm. It's meant to be a repository for subcircuits, right? The only
"problem" I see is that you can't access the subcircuits directly
through the GUI except you know the name of the file...
>>>>> when simulating the tr.sch file with a 2n2222 the simulation seems
>>>>> work fine, but when I'm putting an other model the simulation seems
>>>>> hang with no message of error !
>>>> i just put a simple (default) npn in place of the 2n2222. worked
>>>> which device do you mean by "any other"? does the dc, or the tr
>>>> hang? if tr: increase number of points (you specified 11 only)...
>> I had a look at this yesterday evening. In fact you (again) triggered
>> a bug in simulator. I immediately fixed this and a patch is going to
>> be apoplied to CVS for this. Unfortunately it doesn't solve the actual
>> problem which stalls the transient simulation in this example. This
>> is not too easy to find out... In fact I don't have an idea right now.
>> The schematic went into my "problems" folder of schematics.
>> You can try to put node voltages (double click the wire label) in the
>> schematic, change the excitation frequency (or also the phase and
>> amplitude) and see if you find a working condition... Is this a
>> issue to get further with your tutorial? Or is this a minor issue?