Electrical circuits simulator

Garrett Cooper youshi10 at u.washington.edu
Thu Jul 7 19:17:30 GMT 2005

PSpice and Candence are the only circuit simulators that I know of with 
GUIs, and PSpice is for Windows only where I think that Cadence requires 
purchasing a license (not sure though... look for Cadence on google). I 
will say that Cadence is a powerful extension of Spice though.

On Thu, 7 Jul 2005, [ISO-8859-15] Björn König wrote:

> Shantanoo wrote:
>> I haven't check Oregano. But for electrical circuit simulation 'spice'
>> is nice :)
> I used spice too for a few weeks only. It's very powerful, but as far as I 
> know it has no GUI (everybody wants a GUI ;-p) and in my opinion it's very 
> hard to learn quickly without a printed documentation and without lots of 
> examples.
> By the way, I suggest 'chipmunk' if you want to build circuits with gates, 
> simple controllers, segment displays and so on.
> Björn
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