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From: Rich Osman
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Subject: Re: MicroCap 7 Question
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I figured it out. There a lot of things in MicroCap that a backwards from
what I would expect. When entering ranges you enter the stop frequency
first, then the start freq. This wasn't my problem.
It also turns out that their opamp symbols have the non-inverting input on
top (I'm accustomed to this being the inverting input.) This was my
problem. I had to turn some symbology on that defaulted to off to spot it.
The markings on the shape were small and a light color. DOH!
Kevin Aylward wrote:
> "Rich Osman" wrote in message
> > I'm working with the demo version trying to get it to do an AC
> What I must say though is the obvious, MicroCap is outrageously priced.
True enough, but I'm fooling with the demo.
> Kevin Aylward
> SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
> Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
> Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
My hardware changes too frequently to use your product, eve n though it is
more reasonably priced initially. I might buy the gold version though.
Rich Osman; POB 93167; Southlake, TX 76092 (Near DFW Airport) ARS: N1OZ
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