Talk:Linear circuit

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Simulation[edit]

Removed the line "These can give solutions for any specific circuit, but not much insight into the operation of the circuit in general with different component values or inputs."

This is misleading. In general, running extensive Spice simulations is often the only way to gain insight into the true operation of complex circuits. However, this needs to be done intelligently. I would refer to the understanding of rotating colliding black holes in General Relativity, where the equations are also so complex that they cannot be fully understood without simulations. Kevin Aylward 13:30, 3 August 2013 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Kevin aylward (talkcontribs)

Manufactures Linear Designation[edit]

Removed “In their linear components, manufacturers work to reduce nonlinear behavior to a minimum, to make the real component conform as closely as possible to the 'ideal' model used in circuit theory.” This is not true. Added correct explanation of what linear means to IC manufactures. Kevin Aylward 13:42, 3 August 2013 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Kevin aylward (talkcontribs)