Circuits Simulation Software

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by AKnogood, Nov 27, 2013.

  1. AKnogood

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    Do you guys use any simulation software to test your analog and digital electronics circuits? Would you have some recommendations? PSpice maybe?
     
  2. w2aew

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    Simulation isn't a substitute for bread boarding and testing, but it does have its place. Most of the time I use LT-Spice. It's free, and works very well.
     
  3. BobTPH

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    +1 on LTSPICE.

    Bob
     
  4. tshuck

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    For free, you can't beat LTSpice...
     
  5. Dr.killjoy

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    + 1 LT Spice


    Hello w2aew
    Love seeing ur vids and I dont understand everything but I am learning...
     
  6. AKnogood

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    Thanks guys! I just downloaded LTSpice.
     
  7. MikeML

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    I use it extensively to illustrate circuits and concepts. Look at some of my postings as examples to shorten your learning curve. I have posted hundreds of running sims here and on ETO
     
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  8. Alec_t

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    LTspice gets my vote too.
     
  9. BeeZim

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    Thanks for your thougt on circuit sim ltspice have you heard or know anything about a web site called (CircuitLab.com) it looks interesting to me but what do I know very little.BeeZim new member.
     
  10. shteii01

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    Over the years in school I collected PSpice 9.1 and MultiSim 2001 Textbook Edition. They are kinda old today, but for basic stuff they work fine. I usually end up using MultiSim 2001.
     
  11. BeeZim

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    Thanks will look into Multisim.
     
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