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Old 13th April 2013, 04:37 PM   #1
danny92 is offline danny92  Portugal
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Default LM4702 simulation in TINA

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to simulate a MOSFET amp on TINA, with LM4702 driver amp, the amp as two paralleled devices in the output and can go unstable I need to test it, but I don't have current passing between sink and source pins in the simulation, so I can't have voltage between those pins and no quiescient current passes thru the output devices.

Does anyone have simulated this chipamp in TINA.

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Daniel Almeida
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