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is there software for teacing practical electronics

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by ace, Feb 22, 2004.

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  1. ace

    ace Guest

    Hi all

    Is there any software which can simulate practical elctronic experiments on
    the PC

    specifically so students can add and remove components to a circuit and
    measure voltage and current across components.

    Your help appreciated.

  2. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Eu não acredito que ace escreveu:
    Programs I used/use:

    LTSpice: (free)
    CircuitMaker: (IIRC). Excellent for students as it's very
    easy to use.
    SIMetrix: (expensive but the Intro version is quite capable).
    Somewhat difficult to use.

    There are Looooots of other programs.

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