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Friday, 28 September 2012

Getting to know simulation - Part10 - Multi-Step

So continue from previous session, inserting C2 1nF to kill oscillation gives you the stability but make your buffer damn slow. You can try out few value to see the optimum C2 value for highest speed and still gives you the best stability, instead of manually change the values and re-run Transient Simulation, there is something called “Multi-Step” analysis that let you sweep any parameter and plot the result.

1. Open up analysis and tick “Enable multi-step”
      2. Click “Define…” button and key in the  info as below:
3.  Run the simulation and you get the plot shown – looking at 1pF, 10pF, 100pF, 1nF you see that the best capacitance value for performance is at 10pF. And now you have a complete buffer design for the application stated in Part1 :) . 

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