Analyzing Systems

All the simulation data from your SimElectronics model can be saved automatically to the MATLAB workspace. Using MATLAB, you can analyze, plot, animate, and save the results of your simulation in many different file formats. You can perform tasks such as analyzing the frequency response of the circuit, comparing simulation runs to improve the control algorithm, and verifying the timing of switching events during simulation. With Simulink Report Generator, the results of SimElectronics simulations can be automatically saved in a report, along with screenshots of the model, plots, and other information.

To analyze the frequency domain behavior of your system, you can generate a continuous-time or discrete-time linear model from your nonlinear SimElectronics model. The linear model can be used to study the system dynamics and to support controller design by applying linear control theory.

SimElectronics model of an audio amplifier based on an N-channel JFET with a frequency response curve.
Audio amplifier based on an N-channel JFET (right). The frequency response curve (left) was generated by linearizing the SimElectronics model.
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