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  1. kap

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    Hi Guys, I want to decide which is the right circuit simulator for me,

    a) I want to trace components behavior.
    b) It should have Database of components.
    c) It should Multiple trace.
    d) Windows based.
    e) plugin support.

    please suggest...
     
  2. Wabajig

    Wabajig

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    PSpice is what most colleges use. Takes a little study though.
     
  3. Rleo6965

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    LTspiceIV its free.
     
  4. BobK

    BobK

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    +1

    I find it very easy to use.

    Bob
     
  5. KrisBlueNZ

    KrisBlueNZ Sadly passed away in 2015

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    +1 from me as well.
    It's somewhat short on components; it's mainly intended to support Linear Technology's devices. But it's easy to use and works well.
    Chris (CDRIVE) uses Tina, available from http://www.ti.com.
     
  6. p.erasmus

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  7. Yoa01

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    +1 for LTSpice. Generally easy to use and has fairly accurate models built-in. If you know a little SPICE, you can make and program your own components and make them accurate to reality.
     
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