From: John Larkin
Subject: Re: PSPICE versus Electronics Workbench
Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 09:16:51 -0700
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On Tue, 24 Sep 2002 10:58:37 +0100, "Nico"
>Now, to add to the confusiom what is the role of Multisim in this play? Is
>it the same as Electronics Workbench?
It used to be called EWB, and they guaranteed lifetime free updates.
So they changed the name to Multisim to screw all their existing
Consider the low-end CircuitMaker, or the free Switchercad.
>"DJohn" wrote in message
>> Pspice is a hardware modelling language . You have to write code for
>> simulating a circuit.
>> In Electronics workbench you have ready made accessories like transistor
>> resitor etc available in t e library and just need to place them in the
>> workspace. It also uses pspice as the base .
>> Easy to use is workbench
>> "Nico" wrote in message
>> > hello there
>> > I am a lecturer and have to choose a simulation electronics software. I
>> > heard of PSPICE and Electronics Workbench. Are they the same thing, if
>> > what are the differences and which is best, in your opinion.
>> > Thanks in advance
>> > Nico