Dear all,
I have a problem performing the transient analysis of my RLC circuit on LTSpice.
Portraing the analysis of the circuit (calculating the transfer function etc.), with a gain of 32 on VDVC, I should obtain a slightly damped oscillation (therefore a stable oscillating system).
Though, the transient analysis shows me random traces (for both the V's and I's) that look like noise. I guess the problem lays on the values of the inductances that are incredibly high (but correct in my case). Are there any settings in LTSpice I could modify to deal with this situation?
Thanks everyone.
I have a problem performing the transient analysis of my RLC circuit on LTSpice.
Portraing the analysis of the circuit (calculating the transfer function etc.), with a gain of 32 on VDVC, I should obtain a slightly damped oscillation (therefore a stable oscillating system).
Though, the transient analysis shows me random traces (for both the V's and I's) that look like noise. I guess the problem lays on the values of the inductances that are incredibly high (but correct in my case). Are there any settings in LTSpice I could modify to deal with this situation?
Thanks everyone.
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