Circuit characterization for efficient computer analysis Public Deposited

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  • Analysis, coupled with an experimental investigation, is an important step in the design process of electronic circuits. Fortunately, with the development of computer programs to perform general network analysis, the job of analyzing relatively complex networks is not as formidable as it once was. This investigation develops guidelines for efficiently modeling active devices and circuits for time domain analysis using general network analysis computer programs. The amount of computer time required for large-signal transient analyses is investigated both analytically and experimentally in terms of the network parameters. Three factors are found to be important in determining the amount of computer time that will be required in performing a computer analysis of a network. The factors are: (1) The number of nodes the network contains, (2) the network time constants and network natural frequencies , and (3) the representation of the circuit elements comprising the network. The application of guidelines based on these factors is directed primarily to large-signal transistor circuits but their application to the field of integrated circuits is also indicated. Suggestions for future work on general network analysis computer programs is suggested.
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