## [Qucs-help] How to Plot Voltage as function of time (in DC-Simulation)?

 [Qucs-help] How to Plot Voltage as function of time (in DC-Simulation)? From: Hannes Petschauer - 2006-10-26 08:38:16 ```Hi! I have a very simple circuit, using a squarewave-generator, a capacitor and a resistor (just a dumb example). I can't find out, how I can plot a diagram, showing the resulting voltage on the resistor as a function of time: Ur=f(t). I think this should be a really trivial thing to do, but I can't seem to find out! Thanks a lot, help desperately appreciated! ;-) Hannes Here is the example-schamatics (component values without meaning..): <.DC DC1 1 340 280 0 35 0 0 "26.85" 0 "0.001" 0 "1 pA" 0 "1 uV" 0 "no" 0 "150" 0 "no" 0 "none" 0 "CroutLU" 0> <200 280 200 380 "" 0 0 0 ""> <200 140 270 140 "" 0 0 0 ""> <200 140 200 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <330 140 400 140 "" 0 0 0 ""> <460 140 580 140 "" 0 0 0 ""> <580 140 580 260 "" 0 0 0 ""> <330 140 330 140 "Ur" 360 110 0 ""> ```

 [Qucs-help] How to Plot Voltage as function of time (in DC-Simulation)? From: Hannes Petschauer - 2006-10-26 08:38:16 ```Hi! I have a very simple circuit, using a squarewave-generator, a capacitor and a resistor (just a dumb example). I can't find out, how I can plot a diagram, showing the resulting voltage on the resistor as a function of time: Ur=f(t). I think this should be a really trivial thing to do, but I can't seem to find out! Thanks a lot, help desperately appreciated! ;-) Hannes Here is the example-schamatics (component values without meaning..): <.DC DC1 1 340 280 0 35 0 0 "26.85" 0 "0.001" 0 "1 pA" 0 "1 uV" 0 "no" 0 "150" 0 "no" 0 "none" 0 "CroutLU" 0> <200 280 200 380 "" 0 0 0 ""> <200 140 270 140 "" 0 0 0 ""> <200 140 200 220 "" 0 0 0 ""> <330 140 400 140 "" 0 0 0 ""> <460 140 580 140 "" 0 0 0 ""> <580 140 580 260 "" 0 0 0 ""> <330 140 330 140 "Ur" 360 110 0 ""> ```
 Re: [Qucs-help] How to Plot Voltage as function of time (in DC-Simulation)? From: Stefan Jahn - 2006-10-26 08:54:20 Attachments: sch.sch ```Am Do, 26.10.2006, 10:38, schrieb Hannes Petschauer: > Hi! hello! > I have a very simple circuit, using a squarewave-generator, a capacitor > and a resistor (just a dumb example). > I can't find out, how I can plot a diagram, showing the resulting > voltage on the resistor as a function of time: Ur=f(t). > > I think this should be a really trivial thing to do, but I can't seem to > find out! > Thanks a lot, help desperately appreciated! ;-) > Hannes > > Here is the example-schamatics (component values without meaning..): Attached a working schematic. Basically you need a transient simulation for f(t) functions. Cheers, Stefan.```