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1 Lab 1: Introduction to PSpice Objectives A primary purpose of this lab is for you to become familiar with the use of PSpice and to learn to use it to assist you in the analysis of circuits. The software is already installed in the computer of every station. This is just an introduction to PSpice. It is your responsibility to learn its use in a more detailed way since you will be using it along the course of this semester and in the future. Introduction In PSpice the program we run in order to draw circuit schematics is called CAPTURE. The program that will let us run simulations and see graphic results is called PSPICE. You can run simulation from the program where your schematic is. There are a lot of things we can do with PSpice, but the most important things for you to learn are Design and draw circuits Simulate circuits Analyze simulation results (Probe for older versions) For this course you will not need the full capacity of CAPTURE. The devices that we will use are resistors, inductors, capacitors and various independent/dependent sources. It is good to know that CAPTURE has extensive symbol libraries and includes a fully integrated symbol editor for creating your own symbols or modifying existing symbols. The main tasks in CAPTURE are Creating and editing designs Creating and editing symbols Creating and editing hierarchical designs Preparing your design for simulation Preparation Since this is the first lab you will not need to do any preparation work. Professor Y. Chiu 1

2 Procedure In this part we will create a simple DC circuit shown in Fig. 1-1 just to let you know how to start working with PSpice. Your goal is to find the current value in the resistor labeled R1. Figure 1-1: Basic DC circuit Proceed as follows to obtain the answer using PSpice. 1. Run the CAPTURE program. 2. Select File/New/Project from the File menu. 3. On the New Project window select Analog or Mixed A/D, and give a name to your project then click OK. 4. The Create PSpice Project window will pop up, select Create a blank project, and then click OK. 5. Now you will be in the schematic environment where you are to build your circuit. 6. Select Place/Part from the Place menu. 7. Click ANALOG from the box called Libraries:, then look for the part called R. You can do it either by scrolling down on the Part List: box or by typing R on the Part box. Then click OK. 8. Use the mouse to place the resistor where you want and then click to leave the resistor there. You can continue placing as many resistors as you need and once you have finished placing the resistors right-click your mouse and select end mode. 9. To rotate the components there are two options: Rotate a component once it is placed: Select the component by clicking on it then Ctrl-R Rotate the component before it is placed: Just Ctrl-R. 10. Select Place/Part from the Place menu. 11. Click SOURCE from the box called Libraries:, then look for the part called VDC. You can do it either by scrolling down on the Part List: box or by typing VDC on the Part box, and then click OK. Place the Source. 12. Repeat steps to get and place a current source named IDC. 13. Select Place/Wire and start wiring the circuit. To start a wire click on the component terminal where you want it to begin, and then click on the component terminal where you want it to finish. You can continue placing wires until all components are wired. Then right-click and select end wire. 14. Select Place/Ground from the Place menu, click on GND/CAPSYM. Now you will see the ground symbol. Professor Y. Chiu 2

4 The coordinates of the point will show up. Select Trace/Cursor/Display from the Trace menu and now you can move the coordinates to a better place in case they are over the curve. Click over the coordinates and hold the button down, move the mouse to place them in a better place then release the button. You can add labels to the plot just to make sure people who see your work know what you are showing. Select Plot/Label/Text from the Plot menu, type in the label "Diode s I-V characteristic and then place wherever you want on the plot by moving the mouse and drop it by left clicking. Figure 1-2: DC circuit to run the DC Sweep analysis AC Sweep Compose the schematics shown in Fig Use the part VAC as your source. The type of analysis you need to set up is AC Sweep. Check logarithmic in AC Sweep type and select Decade. Use 1, 1000 and 10 for Start frequency, End frequency and Points/Decade, respectively. Run the simulation. Now we are interested in plotting the output to input ratio (i.e., the transfer function of the circuit). Select Trace/Add Trace from the Trace menu, select V(C1:2) then from the right window select / and finally select V(V1:+). Use the cursor to find the point where the y-axis value is 1/ 2 (or 3dB). Mark that point and now using Plot/Label/Line, Plot/Label/Arrow and Plot/Label/Text mark the limits of the region from 1Hz to the point you found, something like this BW. This is the 3dB bandwidth of your circuit. Figure 1-3: AC circuit to run the AC sweep analysis Professor Y. Chiu 4

5 Parametric Sweep In the schematics of Fig. 1-1, replace the DC voltage source V1 by a 0V-120V square wave. You may specify a period of 10ns, a 50% duty cycle and a 1ns rise time and fall time for the square wave. Our goal is to find the values of R2 such that the current in R1 is 1A when V1 is 0V and 120V, respectively. (Note: a hand calculation of possible values of R2 may help you here. Also, you should obtain two different R2 values for this part.) First we need to define the sweep parameter, in this case it is the value of R2, so double-click on the value and change it to something like {Var} where Var can be any name. Now from the library Special, get a part named Param and place it on the schematics and double-click on it so you can edit its properties. Click on the New Column and type the name Var without the {}, then input the Value 50 and finally click OK. Now select the column Var and select Display, a new window called Display Properties will appear, click on Name and Value then Ok. Close the properties window. Set up a transient simulation from 0 to 100ns with a step size of 0.1ns. Once you are in the setup window check the parametric sweep option and select Global Parameter, type Var as the name and then select linear and type 10, 20 and 1 for the start value, end value and increment, respectively. Perform the simulation. Can you now determine the values of R2 that gives a 1A current in R1 when V1 reaches 0V and 120V, respectively? (Note: you may need to adjust the start value, end value to tailor the search range of your choice, and to decrease the increment to obtain a better resolution for the parametric sweep.) Thoughtful Questions In the Parametric Sweep part, the current direction in R1 is not specified. Would this affect your solutions? If yes, give your reason and complete solution. If not, explain why not. Professor Y. Chiu 5

6 Lab 1 Report Instructions General rules about lab report (applicable to all following lab reports of this semester): 1. Please use a word processor to typeset your report. 2. Please write the following info on the front page of your report: Course number & name Section number Experiment number & name TA name Your name and student ID 3. Your report should include at least the following sections: Objectives Simulation results (if any) Experimental results (if any) Analysis (if any) Thoughtful Questions (if any) Conclusion 4. Answer the questions listed in the Thoughtful Questions section in the lab manual. Help Tips Q: How to copy the circuit diagram from PSpice to MS Word? A: Select the diagram using copy (Ctrl-C) and paste (Ctrl-V) into MS Word. Q: How to copy output graph from PSpice to MS Word? A: In the output window, Window > Copy to Clipboard > select OK, and paste (Ctrl-V) into MS Word. Professor Y. Chiu 6

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