I have two circuits here and im looking at the step response of a simple RC circuit.
One of them has an additional series resistor and a small voltage drop before ground.
When i simulate the first one, you get the response you would expect just based on the RC constant.
When i simulate the second one, i get 50mV on the cap steady state. Can someone explain why that is.
The current path through the cap still exists even in the circuit with the additional resistor.
I do not understand why the additional resistor would effect the step response of C13
It still has its path to ground without any difference
The excitation is just a dc source
One of them has an additional series resistor and a small voltage drop before ground.
When i simulate the first one, you get the response you would expect just based on the RC constant.
When i simulate the second one, i get 50mV on the cap steady state. Can someone explain why that is.
The current path through the cap still exists even in the circuit with the additional resistor.
I do not understand why the additional resistor would effect the step response of C13
It still has its path to ground without any difference
The excitation is just a dc source
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