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|1st December 2005, 11:13 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Northern California
I added a section on the wiki page of the DiyAudio.com. Look under amplifiers and you will see class D (that was already there I inserted "Simulations"). Here is the link:
What I thought we should do is have a place to keep the simulations that some of you have made using SPIC simulators, and a place to share SPICE models of various electronic components. I am not sure how we can do this but I am willing to help figure it out, as I did add the section "Simulations" under Class D section of amplifiers on the page above.
If you go to the bottom of the page you will find the "Edit Page" link, and there you can edit any page in wiki, these are community edited pages, but if anyone messes them up they can revert back to a particular time before an edit happened. This is a wonderful feature that we could use more as a means to refer others to things we are talking about, and have talked about.
If you go here:
You can use the links to learn all about wiki and how it works, and how to edit pages.
We should probably add a Links page, and under links catagories for suppliers, manufactures, amoung many other things.
P.S. I am looking for a SPICE model of a mosfet from International Rectifier ir2011. My need for this is what got this whole idea in my head. Does anyone have a SPICE model for the ir2011?
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