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LTspice: Behavioral Voltage Sources

Simon Bramble - Field Applications Engineer Apr 4th 2016

Nearly all circuits that you simulate need a voltage source of some kind. In LTspice, the humble voltage source rarely gets to demonstrate its true capabilities. This video will help you learn some of the undiscovered talents of the LTspice voltage source. In this video we’ll explore the power of the behavioural voltage source and see what mathematical functions LTspice can bring you to further stimulate your circuit. A behavioural voltage source outputs a voltage according to any number of circuit parameters and it can be used to unleash the real mathematical power of LTspice.





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