I have the following circuit and have calculated the gain and cutoff frequency by hand using the open circuit time constants method.
The difficult part of this method is to find the resistances seen at the ends of the capacitors, so I would like to know if they can be found using LTSpice while avoiding hand calculations.
In the circuit below we analyze the case of C1:
I need Vx and Ix oh C1, these are the calculations:
Is there any way in simulation to find Vx/Ix = 83581.58 ohm without performing the calculations?
I don't mean finding ESR etc. of the capacitor ..
.. but finding the resistance seen at the ends of the capacitor (which in this case is treated as an open circuit) .. kind of like you do with Thevenin
I attach the simulation.
The difficult part of this method is to find the resistances seen at the ends of the capacitors, so I would like to know if they can be found using LTSpice while avoiding hand calculations.
In the circuit below we analyze the case of C1:
I need Vx and Ix oh C1, these are the calculations:
Is there any way in simulation to find Vx/Ix = 83581.58 ohm without performing the calculations?
I don't mean finding ESR etc. of the capacitor ..
.. but finding the resistance seen at the ends of the capacitor (which in this case is treated as an open circuit) .. kind of like you do with Thevenin
I attach the simulation.
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