SPICE for Circuits and Electronics Using PSpice
Computer-aided analysis and design is fast becoming a required skill for today's electronic engineers/technicians. SPICE — a very popular software for analyzing electrical and electronic circuits — is often the tool of choice. However, because it runs on a mainframe or VAX-class computer, it must usually be learned at the PC level using the PSpice simulator (which is similar to the University of California (UC) Berkeley SPICE). This volume provides a time-and-effort-saving introduction to the PSpice simulator as a requisite for moving on to SPICE. Introduces SPICE simulation; discusses source and element modeling; presents and explains SPICE commands; considers DC and AC circuits; outlines semiconductor devices modeling; explores digital logic circuits; and considers difficulties. For those who need a relatively quick and easy introduction to the PSpice simulator as a requisite for moving on to SPICE.
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ac analysis bias point calculate capacitor characteristics circuit file circuit in Fig coefficient command connected controlling current source Current-controlled dc sweep decade default Delay device diode display elements equivalent Example expression Figure follows format frequency response function gain gate graphical included increment independent inductor initial input voltage linear magnitude mean Measures model name model parameters MOSFET negative NODE VOLTAGE noise NOPAGE Note obtained ohms operating point OPTIONS output file output variables output voltage perform PLOT positive PRINT PROBE PROBE command Problem PSpice PULSE range requires resistance resistor respectively reverse sec sec sec shown in Fig signals simulation small-signal Solution specified statement steps subcircuit switch symbol Table temperature TRAN transfer transient analysis transient response transistor Typical Units varied voltage source Voltage-controlled Vout waveform