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Old 21st September 2006, 09:30 AM   #1
sunknu is offline sunknu  South Korea
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Default PSPICE simulation

I have a term project for my subject in this week. I am trying to simulink my circuit by PSPICE but I got some problem.

Here is my circuit:

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You can download my PSPICE file program from my server: usename: PSPICE, don't need password

I am facing this problem:

when Vs <120 V (DC): the output waveform is ok. But
When VS> 120 V : the output voltage is reduced, Vout <Vs

Could anyone help me this problem

Thank for your reading
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