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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: Followup [ Was Re: Working Spice for Linux? ]
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Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 08:15:47 +0100
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"Mark Becker" wrote in message
> My humble thanks to everyone for the many received responses.
> I wrote:
> > [ text regarding a high frustration level omitted for clarity ]
> An epiphany occurred shortly my receiving a note with the question,
> "Do you mean Spice2 or Spice3?" The problem was not with a .subckt .
> There is a VCVS in the model for an LMC6001A.. and the syntax for a
> VCVS changed between Spice2 and Spice3.
> > [ ngspice is available from Sourceforge ]
> I will download this and look on Thursday.
> > [ Commerical versions of circuit simulators ]
> I have a few demo versions.. think I missed Beige Bag. Something else
> to look at on Thursday.
> My local technical bookstore (a Micro Center) has some books on Spice.
> However, the ones in stock deal with Spice2 syntax. I will shortly
> run a search through Amazon and see whats available for Spice3.
> Anyone have a favorite reference?
Well, the "official" Spice3 html manual is on my site.
Note that XSpice, which is built on top of Spice3, re-added the poly()
statement that was removed from the Spice2->Spice3 release.
SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
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