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Part Number: OPA313
I was wondering what the best way to test the stability of this circuit is since the feedback involves a FET? Would it be best to use the standard method talked about in precision labs or the transient overshoot method? How would that setup look in TINA? Thanks!
Regards,Ronald MichallickLinear Applications
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In reply to Ron Michallick:
I just wanted to attach an example of how to break this loop and do the stability analysis. This circuit has stability issues and low phase margin so I would recommend that you do some reading online regarding the common methods for stabilizing this circuit.
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