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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by colin beeforth, Jan 3, 2005.

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  1. Hi Kristine, I don't like to sound negative, but you will learn far far
    more by building the circuit and testing it with an oscilloscope than you
    will by using any simulation circuit.

    Most simulators can give very wrong results for many
    reasons. You can spend 10 hours trying to solve a simulator problem when
    10 minutes with the real circuit will answer the question of what really
    happens.

    Reality is the ultimate test. Simulators can be useful for some things
    but they are only simulations, not the real thing. Don't get trapped into
    thinking something is real because it appears on the screen of a computer.
    *smile*

    Good luck, Colin
     
  2. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    I never saw the OP for this one? Where did it come from? No
    references in the headers.

    You can see, and learn, many things you can't *easily* set up in the
    lab.

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  3. Guest

    This answer (to the unlisted question) is, basically, crap. For
    example, try doing a Monte-Carlo circuit analysis in the lab - call me
    when you're done (sometime in 2020).

    Tom
     
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