From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: Problems with Electronics Workbench
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Date: Mon, 07 Oct 2002 00:19:17 GMT
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On Mon, 07 Oct 2002 01:11:38 +0100,
Paul Burridge ,
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Re: Problems with Electronics Workbench",
Wrote the following:
|On 6 Oct 2002 16:12:31 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Gary Lecomte)
|>I have the Professional Version of Electronic WorkBench 5 and I have
|>had nothing but problems with it. Even they couldn't get it to
|>properly solve a Relatively Simple Multiplier circuit so it would give
|>correct readings on the voltmeter. And I know the circuit works as I
|>built it! Besides that, there was no effort on there part to refund my
|>money or correct the problem.
|I wouldn't hesitate to sue them if I were you.
|But there again, I am quite letigious by nature.
I really don't know EWB, but I would bet it's based on Berkeley Spice.
Thus I would expect that simulation failure on a "known-good circuit"
is due to cockpit error.
For example, let me ask: Do you have a ground node... node 0 (zero)
Post your schematic on alt.binaries.schematics.electronic
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