27 May '16, 10pm

LTspice: Using Time-Dependent Exponential Sources to Model Transients...https://t.co/LGeqkLe6Ji

LTspice: Using Time-Dependent Exponential Sources to Model Transients...https://t.co/LGeqkLe6Ji

, occasionally there is a need to simulate a circuit's behavior with a specified voltage or current transient. These transients are usually modeled using a double exponential waveform characterized by a peak voltage, a rise time (usually 10%–90%), a fall time to 50% of the peak voltage and a series resistance.

Full article: http://www.linear.com/solutions/7227

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