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  1. I've made a spice netlist of a circuit I am designing. The input to the circuit is an AC signal --> v1 1 0 dc 0 sin(0 34 60). Well I can do a transient analysis on this easily. But I also want to see what happens at the output as I vary the frequency. Unfortunately using .AC simply doesnt work. I suspect that I defined my signal source incorrectly to be used with .AC. Please help. Thanks.
  2. Hi MNA, I still dont have access to the folder. Thank you for posting the individual links :) But a few of the files have been removed by rapid share.
  3. Hi Prasarian :) and welcome to eLAB.
  4. You do realize that its a linux only program right? You gotta compile the source code.
  5. Sadly I havent been using OrCAD that much (especially its PCB design suite). When I want to design a PCB, I make the circuit in multisim and export the file to ultiboard. Ultiboard is pretty good IMO, partly because I've only used 2 PCB design suites :)
  6. Robot kits. yeah, I want :)
  7. Its now asking me for a password to access your folder...
  8. Great link EDA_Fan. I've booked marked it. Thanks for sharing!
  9. Hello Bassanova, I dont believe that multisim is used extensively in industry. For such purposes I believe they use OrCAD. You can request trial versions from: http://www.cadence.com/orcad/ OrCAD has something called PSIPCE, you design your circuits in orcad capture and simulate them with PSPICE. I prefer orcad to multisim because it provides more in depth analysis technique. But of course with increased functionality, comes complexity. I use the original spice and make all my circuits by using netlists. It takes extra time, but it is well spent.
  10. You can try this: http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/electricCircuits/
  11. I will be getting my bachelors in computer engineering technology in about 1.5 yrs.
  12. Welcome to the forums poluroud20.
  13. Thats for uploading Ante. Great Stuff! :) http://www.electronics-lab.com/forum/index.php?topic=8942.0
  14. Ante, Do post all of them here. It would be great reference for myself and other elab users who are new to PLC.
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