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Excel Tunes Up your Schematic Files
5/9/2019

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Figure 5
Plot magnitude (green) and phase (pink).

Plot magnitude (green) and phase (pink).

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Who Knew
Who Knew
5/13/2019 11:01:05 AM
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Excellent!
Also worth noting, LTspice lets you parameterize component values directly from within LTspice.  You can set up conditions that drive a calculated value prior to simulation.   There's also quite a good Yahoo group dedicated to all things LTspice.  

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Tucson_Mike
Tucson_Mike
5/15/2019 8:54:53 AM
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Linking LTSpice to Excel
Hey Kendall, 

 

Very nice article and useful linking of LTSpice to Excel. You must have a lot of fun with this kind of capability. 

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