Know How Your Circuit Works!- Using Sensitivity Analysis In PSpice (Part 1 of 4)

June 14, 2018

When in college, books tell you everything about your circuit. You already know which components are critical in your designs. But, what about when you enter an industry? You have completely new designs that you build or come across and you need to know which components are critical for your goals

According to the tolerance values specified, the Sensitivity Analysis in OrCAD simulates circuit performance as those components parametric values change. It gives you an ordered list of critical components in your design. As a result, this allows you to save money by loosening the tolerance on those components which are not very critical for your goals and selecting cheaper ones.

Let's look at why a circuit designer would perform Sensitivity analysis on his/ her circuit design here

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