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[SOLVED] Initial Conditions and Node Names in Microwave Office (AWRDE)

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How does one introduce the notion of a time domain initial condition, e.g., V(V1)=0 or I(I1)=-4, etc. into Microwave Office schematic? This would be a solution to a schematic in Microwave Office that requires the initial condition input DC voltage and current variables...NOT noise to start an oscilltor.

Also, as in PSPICE and SPICE models, one can name any given node with a net alias to later use that name in a comptational reference such as the above coted initial conditions.

Thanks, ahead of time.

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AWRDE Microwave Office (MWO) by default has Frequency Domain Harmonic Balance simulator ...
Hence the requested setup is not supported for Frequency domain steady-state analysis...
For Time Domain (Transient) simulation you need to have additional product called Aplac TD or HSPICE in which supports or provides the requested capability
which is similar to spice simulator settings....

---manju---
 

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