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Reply-To: "Fred Bartoli"
From: "Fred Bartoli"
Subject: Re: Electronics schematic
Date: Sat, 30 Nov 2002 17:25:46 +0100
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"Marc H.Popek" a écrit dans le message news:
> The drag and drop and set the parameter model of operation is very similar
> amongst the leading cad packagages. So get to know what models and how to
> tweak them on the cad package that you already have!
> The wiring on EWB can be tricky. use a lot of individual ground symbols
> instead of trying to route the grounds to a single point. Add a lot of
> "node" buttons on the wires and connect to those points. When you
> a connection, just drag a component and see what moves with it!
> EWB can perform a wide array of simulation fun!
Totally wrong !
The right sentence is : EWB can perform a wide array of funny simulations!
> "Sherlock" wrote in message
> > Hi!
> > I would like to know what do you think is the best programs to make
> > schematics with PIC microcontrollers, RAM memories, ADC, DACs, etc. I
> > have Electronics Workbench, but it seems not to be very good. Thank
> > You
> > Sherlock
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