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Found this awesome software for designing and testing circuit boards!!!

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by de.das.dude, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. de.das.dude

    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    I use multi sim in college. i have TONS of multisim projects i could upload

    I also think i can get full licenses for free ill check on that
     
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    i love a lic to play with hahaha
     
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    Ill see what i can do when i get home
     
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    We used Orcad, worked pretty well.
     
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    Software looks very cool.
    Price ($2599) not so much. Ouch.
     
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    crazyeyesreaper Chief Broken Rig

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    yea not as bad as Maya tho lol gotta love them thar price tags :roll:
     
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    It works good but it differs some from a real circuit you create. It doesnt read Impedience or wattage good.

    In class we would build in multisim then build on a breadboard and the voltages/amps and such would be off but not by much but enough to see
     
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    love the software----->hate the price tag.
     
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    eagle works great for creating circuit schematics and pcbs and is affordable
     
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    PSpice is free and a great simple circuit builder/simulator.

    Comes with tons of library's for sources and components. Simulations are well rounded as well.
     
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    Can vouch for it.
     

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