From: Kim Helliwell (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 19 2000 - 17:13:06 PST
"Mellitz, Richard" wrote:
> I know that one. However there are practices the seem to cause this (ITTS)
> more than others. OOOH not another acronym! For example, using 0V DC
> sources to short nodes is inherently more stable than lots of .00001 ohm
Absolutely! If you knew what those .00001 ohm resistors were doing
to your matrix (and therefore to your accuracy), you would swear never
to do that again! Always use 0-volt sources as shorts, wires, what
have you; they're good for more than measuring current!
> Insuring a solution for all incantations of your design is a real art.
-- Kim Helliwell Senior CAE Engineer Acuson Corporation Phone: 650 694 5030 FAX: 650 943 7260
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