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Using a vector as a DC value in a current source
Nov 17th, 2023, 1:42pm

My question is so simple and hope there is a solution for that. I have created a very simple test case. Test case No.1 shows a simple current source with 1A DC current and obviously IPROB0 reads 1A DC current. Test case No.2 shows two current sources and I set the DC value to 1A and it simply means that I11<1> = 1A and I11<2> = 1A and IPROB<1> and IPROB<0> both read 1A for each current source. Now the question is how I can put different current values (may be we can call it a vector for example [1 2 4 5 ...99]) as the DC value? See test case No.3 and I just put it for illustration purposes and that gives me netlist error.

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