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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by The Data Wraith, Jul 16, 2003.

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  1. Hi all,

    I am a new ( well sort of ) electronics enthusiast and I would like to start
    getting into the design and building of my own circuits. I would like to
    fisrt construct them on my computer and test them there as well.

    Is there any software, specifically freeware, out there wich can run under
    Windows 2000?

    Thanks to everybody who choses to reply.
  2. A E

    A E Guest

    I like LTSpice/switcherCAD.

    I also recommend you hit your local library. I was surprised to find a Spice
    book at my local library, with a CD-ROM with a free Spice on it, with tutorial
    files. (It was in french though).
    Keep in mind that in theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
    But in practice, there is.
  3. ddwyer

    ddwyer Guest

    I use LT Spice (from semiconductor company Linear technology)
  4. Reg Edwards

    Reg Edwards Guest

    Before getting involved with number-crunchers, which are of use only to the
    already well educated, begin with a ball-point, plain writing paper, a
    scientific pocket calculator and a waste paper basket.

    Only when you get most of your answers right should you allow yourself to
    progress to the next stage of your education.

    Otherwise you will be in danger of becoming a clever little know-all who is
    completely at a loss when confronted with a REAL job to do by an employer
    who is paying your wages.

    Self discipline is vital.
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