SPICE for Circuits and Electronics Using PSpice

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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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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS
4
Output Variables
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