hi,Originally posted by skeide@Dec 16 2005, 12:42 PM
Does anybody know where i can find an easy to use program that can simulate simple analog circuits and calculate the values? Tried to use visualspice but didnt understand much.
No. I didn't understand anything.Originally posted by mozikluv@Dec 17 2005, 12:37 PM
do you mean to say you don't understand the results?
try Microcap, but it´s not too easy to get the right plots. www.spectrum-soft.com/demodown.shtmOriginally posted by skeide@Dec 17 2005, 02:12 PM
No. I didn't understand anything.
But i found another program called Qucs (quite universal circuit simulator) that was a lot better, but not exactly what i was looking for.
Is there a program where you can draw an AC-circuit with resistors, inductors and capacitors, and the program can make vector-diagrams for resistance (R,Z,XL-XC and cos φ) and for power (P,S,Q)????
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