Spice

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  1. tahir51214

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    I want to work on spice. Anybody can tell me where is its best interpreter and compiler software. Any source of spice tutorial for its basic operations.
     
  2. bertus

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  3. crutschow

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    What do you mean "work on Spice"? If you want to do Spice simulations a good free version is LTspice from Linear Technology.
     
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  4. t06afre

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    You really do not see much of the core Spice simulator parts these days. You draw a schematic, and then leave it to the software. To create the spice netlist, run the simulation, and then present the data. Many in this forum use the free version of LTspice. It is good place to start checking this out
     
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  6. tahir51214

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    I mean simulation through spice.. source of this lt version?
     
  7. tahir51214

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    Successfully installed ltspice4. Now going to work through it.
     
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  9. ScottWang

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    You could search on google using "electronic workbench tutorials".
     
  10. tahir51214

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    Good Reply
     
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