Analytical function in AC/DC source voltage

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Hallo everyone, I woul like to use an analytical function (i.e a sinusoidal burst) as a voltage source in the Electrical circuit Physic. Does anyone know how to do it? thank you very much for the help.


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Dave Greve Certified Consultant

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Posted: 4 days ago Dec 4, 2019, 4:06 AM EST
Updated: 4 days ago Dec 4, 2019, 4:08 AM EST

There is a limited choice of waveforms in transient (time dependent) analysis mode. BUT you can make the amplitude a function of time. So a sin with amplitude 1[V]*f(t)will give a sin burst modulated by f(t), etc.

There is a limited choice of waveforms in transient (time dependent) analysis mode. BUT you can make the amplitude a function of time. So a sin with amplitude 1[V]*f(t)will give a sin burst modulated by f(t), etc.

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