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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by kev, Oct 24, 2006.

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  1. kev

    kev Guest

    Hey
    I am looking for a free program on circuit drawing to do a home?
    Thanks.
    Kev
     
  2. Kev,

    Look at:
    www.cadsoft.de/freeware.htm
    that's the one I use. Google for others.

    petrus bitbyter
     
  3. Dave

    Dave Guest

    For schematics, try www.expresspcb.com

    Dave
     
  4. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

  5. Guest

    For electronic schematics (not house-wiring), you can simulate them as
    well as draw them if you download LTSpice (aka SwitcherCadIII), free
    from http://www.linear.com .

    - Tom Gootee

    http://www.fullnet.com/u/tomg
     
  6. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

  7. shwetang

    shwetang Guest

  8. SPICE has a different purpose. I doubt that you can emulate a 3 bedroom
    house in SPICE.
     
  9. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    plz dnt uz im-spk on Usenet.

    You might also try to learrn something abiut a subject before posting.

    "SPICE" is a **concept**.
    Identifying it as the name of a program
    shows that you have no useful information on the topic.
     
  10. Tim Auton

    Tim Auton Guest

    ^
    plz try a spell-check if you're going to have a go at someone for the way
    they write.
    It's you who has no useful information on the topic.

    "SPICE is a general-purpose circuit simulation program..."

    http://bwrc.eecs.berkeley.edu/Classes/IcBook/SPICE/

    All SPICEs are based on Berkley code, AFAIK. Which is why they all have
    "SPICE" in the name.


    Tim
     

  11. The one and only :)



    FreePcb

    http://www.freepcb.com/




    Kind Regards,

    Daniel Mandic

    P.S.: A Masterwork, IMHO.
     
  12. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    ....which uses a netlist input
    and DOES NOT have a schematic-drawing front end [1]
    --which is what the OP wanted.
    (...though, I acknowdedge, this makes me no less wrong
    as to the continued existance of Berkley SPICE.)
    Goes to the point I was *attempting* to make.
    "Where to Find SPICE
    A wide variety of versions of SPICE are available
    from the design automation industry and from academia."

    Some of THOSE are the ones that can be used to draw schematics
    --and, with names like PSPICE, HSPICE, ngspice, and SPICE-OPUS,
    *none* of them are named simply "SPICE".
    ..
    ..
    [1] ...or have I missed something?
     
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