LTspice ADA4528-2 time vs frequency, response conflict

As you can see we have excellent frequency response:

but time response is really not acceptable:

Why this has been happened?

Top Replies

Parents Reply Children
  • Hi again

    I've just confused, when the simulator tells that everything ok, or the frequency analysis is perfect, there is no spike in anywhere. why time response has got wrong. when phase at 7khz is 0 the output must amplify the frequency but you can see that is is bounded to certain nice value. Academically and intuitively why the response goes wrong?! Edit: I have seen spike in case when we use open loop technique but this is not our actual case.

  • 0
    •  Analog Employees 
    on Feb 4, 2021 8:58 PM 29 days ago in reply to mohammadsdtmnd

    Hi again,

    I've seen this before where AC response simulation may indicate all-is-good with a circuit whilst transient simulation says otherwise. There may be clues in the otherwise "good" AC response as well, but I'm not an expert to know and identify those. So, I always perform both these simulation which of course is still no-guarantee that the final circuit is perfect either. Bench characterization is essential in spite of simulation.

    Regards,

    Hooman