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  1. sme

    sme Guest

    Hi is there any software that teaches as you try and design a circuit?

    thanks for the help!
     
  2. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    There's a grave here. You feel the words: " sme, killed by posting to
    sci.electronics.basics at Sat, 26 Jul 2003 11:53:16 +1000 ".
    You could try circuit simulators. Visit
    http://www.cadencepcb.com/products/downloads/PSpicestudent/default.asp
    for pspice student or http://www.circuitmaker.com for circuitmaker. If
    the URL for circuitmaker don't work, just search for "circuitmaker" on
    google.
     
  3. sme

    sme Guest

    thanks Rich Webb I'll have a look....
     
  4. Brian

    Brian Guest

    Take a look at FNC-Elcad. It will design a circuit for you and then
    display all the formulas used. For example, if you want to design a
    power supply, just enter in your requirements and it will display the
    schematic with all the right component values. Click on "Formulas"
    and it will display all the formulas used to design the power supply.
    While it is not free, it is very low priced. It has a free trial version,
    that
    you can download and try.
    Take a look at it at http://www.fncwired.com
    Hope this helps
     
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