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SPICE reference book

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Michael, Mar 23, 2007.

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  1. Michael

    Michael Guest

    I took PSpice class (at company expense, thankfully), now I am using
    the tool (we have ORCAD 15.7 here)
    Much better than using Mathcad or pen and paper (surprise!!).
    I still have plenty to learn and limited time.
    I am looking for suggestions on what kind of reference book to get. It
    needs to be easy to read, and(but?) comprehensive. Is it too much to
    ask for?
  2. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    The classic, by the author of MicroSim PSpice...

    SPICE, A Guide to Circuit Simulation & Analysis Using PSpice
    Paul W. Tuinenga
    Prentice Hall
    © 1995, 1992, 1988
    ISBN 0-13-158775-7

    ...Jim Thompson
  3. qrk

    qrk Guest

    There is also the PDF version of the PSpice Reference Guide that comes
    with the installation of PSpice. It's in the documentation directory.
    It won't tell you how to use PSpice, but it does tell you how to use
    the PSpice statements. It is also a good guide to refer to if you're
    using LTspice.
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