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From: "mook johnson"
Subject: Re: Learning electronics with LabView
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Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 13:35:48 GMT
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Organization: Road Runner - Texas
Why not go to Orcad.com and download the student version of PSPICE.
Get a copy of "The Art of Electrincs" and try your hand at simulating the
circuits in there. This is an Excellent reference and
is commonly used in the Non-EE major electrical engineering classes so it
tries to keep the concepts straightforward.
Labview is primarily a programming language that is structured to make it
easy for electrical engineers that are rusty in C.
You can do some digital logic but the analog world part of it is very
I wouldn't recommend it for people starting out in electrincs. It is
however an excellent tool for test automation, data logging, and 'near' real
wrote in message
> I am interested in learning LabView, and at the same time learning
> electronics by using LabView. There are several books I have found on
> the market which teach electronics using LabView, but these all seem
> to require that the student have actual electronics on a lab bench;
> and a special card inside the PC to connect to the electronics.
> I am looking for a book, with accompanying software, that includes not
> only LabView (or a student version of LabView), but also a simulation
> of electronic circuits. The idea is that the student should be able
> to design an electronic circuit using virtual components on screen,
> and then monitor the circuit's behavior using LabView. Can anyone
> recommend any book like this?
> Steve O.
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