Ahh, good, I probably be asking you a few questions in the next few weeks and months about it then. I'm not sure exactly what package you got with it - mines called OrCAD Family Release 9.2 Lite Edition and contains PSpice simulation manager, PSpice model editor, PSpice Optimiser, Layout Plus and quite a few others. Does this sound like your version??Originally posted by Mjollnir@Jun 14 2004, 09:04 AM
I got Orcad Pspice as well, it is very cool program once u get familiarized with it
It came with a book by Sedra and Smith, which I needed for VLSI design and CMOS technology. The package includes a series of existing designs which complement the textbook, however from my initial browsing of the SPICE examples it doesn't appear to explain how to create a project from scratch, just how to simulate and modify these existing projects. I think there is a textbook to help with creating projects from scratch however I'd rather play around with it and discover the program for myself (plus I'm a student so my financees pose restrictions on my purchasing power!!).Originally posted by Mjollnir@Jun 14 2004, 12:54 PM
I had the lite edition as well, did u get it with one of those books by Allan R Hambley?
Basically u layout the circuit in Orcad Capture, and Pspice does the simulation/analysis.
Do share!!Originally posted by Mjollnir@Jun 15 2004, 01:18 AM
lets just say the internet is a wonderful place for software
Cheers for thatOriginally posted by Mjollnir@Jun 17 2004, 07:46 AM
Here's a lil guide to using PSPICE
Hi Dustoof, welcome to the forumsOriginally posted by Dustooff@Jun 24 2004, 06:12 AM
just to clear things up, I think of sch (schematic)
design as component layout to prepare for PCB design.
some of you seem to include sch simulation directly as
part of the process, this is fine by me, but most of my
simulation is done with the real components,
in saying that my work generally involves smaller designs,
and not limited by a student budget.
Anyway I use Eagle for sch & PCB layout.
It has great parts lib's and scripting functions.
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