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Spice-based simulation software

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Johnny Boy, Sep 23, 2006.

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  1. Johnny Boy

    Johnny Boy Guest

    Been seeing a lot of references to Spice simulation software lately. - I'd
    be interested to hear any advice on any freeware/shareware versions to give
    it a try.

  2. mkaras

    mkaras Guest

    You can download a nice package for free from the Linear Technology web

    It goes by the names of LTSpice and SwitcherCAD3

    - mkaras
  3. Johnny Boy

    Johnny Boy Guest

    Thank you mkaras, this appears to be just what I was looking for.

  4. David

    David Guest

    Are these limited in any way?

  5. Damir

    Damir Guest

  6. Damir

    Damir Guest

  7. Hello David,

    LTspice from Linear Technology has no limits. It has been developed to give
    the designers of DC/DC converters a tool to develop their circuits with the
    ICs from Linear Technology. Kudos to the program author Mike who has made
    a general purpose SPICE program too.

    Maybe you can imagine how many use it when I tell you that more
    than 6300 users have already signed in to the LTspice Yahoo user group.
    If I assume that these are only a few percent of the users, then there must
    over 100000 who have used it.

    Best regards,

    To whom it may concern: I am not an employee of Linear Technology
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