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Subject: Re: analog simulator

Date: 04/22/02 at 4:35 PM
Posted by: Russ Kincaid
E-mail: russlk@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: analog simulator posted by DanGrosu on 04/22/02 at 12:36 PM:

I have used Analog Workbench, IGSPICE (University of South Florida), PSPICE, and ISPICE (Intusoft). I can't say which is best, each has good points. Analog Workbench has a friendly interface, IGSPICE has non-linear function capability and you can write your own functions if you know how to program, PSPICE is popular and has a lot of models and non-linear functions. I have an old DOS version of ISPICE, I find it easy to use, but the Windows version is no doubt much advanced. I also have an early version of Electronics Workbench, but I prefer ISPICE. Hopefully, the schematic capture of Electronics Workbench has been improved, it was terrible.

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