Am Sa, 29.09.2007, 16:38, schrieb Sam morgan:
>>>> I tried to correct the schematic:
>>>> 1) you missed the supply V1 to connect to ground
>>>> 2) the value in V1 must be "12 V" instead of "12 v"
>>>> 3) the value in V2 must be ".1V" instead of ".1V SP1"
>>> I can make those changes with no problem.
>>>> 4) also you missed to place a DC simulation
>>> this "DC simulation" I do not understand how to create?
>> Choose "DC simulation" from the "Simulation tab". You find it
>> where you found the "S-parameter simulation".
> Ok I added it just by draging it. Am I suppose to edit something in it?
Nope, you can leave the standard properties...
>>>> Also I placed a AC simulation there instead of an S-parameter
>>>> simulation since I assume, that you don't want to see the S-parameters
>>>> but a simple ac gain. I added an equation which computes it.
>>> I'm not sure if the AC sim was what I wanted or if it was an
>>> What I was trying to get was something like the images you will see
>> Hm. Ok this means you actually wanted to perform a "transient
>> In this case you also wanted to sweep over the frequency of the input
>> source V2 (see for the "f" property of this component).
>> If you're unsure, then send me a schematic to modify again...
> I attached the .sch
Ok, since I saw your ltspice outputs I modified the schematic to
perform the simulations you probably are interested in...
Please see the attachment.