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Help about AC simulation.
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on Jun 9, 2012
on Jun 26, 2012 by traduceresimultana
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When I do AC simulation, from the simulation results, get a parameter named SRC. So who can help tell what's this mean? Thanks!
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Jun 26, 2012 2:59 AM
The parameter src is the name of an independent source to which input noise is
referred to. The parameter type can be either dec, oct or lin, which specifies logarithmic,
octave, or linear distribution of frequencies, respectively.
The parameter nb specifies the number of frequency points per decade, octove or total depending on the value of the type
AIM-Spice Reference Manual, v4.0a 7
August 2004 parameter. fstart and fstop are the start and stop frequencies in Hertz, respectively.
pts_per_summary is an optional integer, if specified, the noise contributions of each noise
generator is produced every pts_per_summary frequency points.
For further info: http://homepages.rpi.edu/~sawyes/AIMSPICE_TutorialManual.pdf
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