LM386 Simulation

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  1. disney_snoopy

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    Hi,
    can any1 tell me where to have a simulation that have the LM386 op-amp as my Multisim10 and Orcad doesnt have this op-amp...
     
  2. mik3

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    Maybe Proteus has it in its library.

    I think you can download the component for Multisim from National's website.
     
  3. disney_snoopy

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    oh really can download the component from National Instruments?
    As mine 1 is the pirated version. Could it download?
     
  4. mik3

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    I don't know, never tried but have a look at their website:

    www.national.com
     
  5. kahafeez

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    dude use Proteus....

    version 7.1 or higher....

    u cn get proteus from www.esnips.com and search for Proteus...

    u'll have models of LM386 as well as LM380
     
  6. Audioguru

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    The LM386 is not an opamp. It is a little power amplifier with built-in biasing so that its inputs work at 0VDC and has built-in negative feedback for a gain of 20.
     
  7. beenthere

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    Don't want to support illegal software...
     
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