From: "Peter O. Brackett"
Subject: Re: SPICE sources
Date: Sun, 22 Dec 2002 20:19:11 -0500
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I may be prejudiced since KC was my mentor he taught me how to rapidly
circuits, and Adel was my thesis supervisor, and so... I believe there is
Here's my recommendations:
1) Adel S. Sedra, K. C. Smith, "Microelectronic Circuits", Oxford University
2) G. W. Roberts, Adel S. Sedra, "Spice", Oxford University Press, 1997.
Get these texts and learn...
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"Paul Burridge" wrote in message
> On Sat, 21 Dec 2002 15:45:41 +0100, "Fred Bartoli"
> opined thusly:
> >It seems that there will be much more things that'll baffle you when
> >My advice is that you look for a good Spice starter book. This should
> >lot of things more clear to you, especially the relationship between a
> >circuit or component and the way it's modeled with spice or even
> >for study.
> I've tried, Fred. I was in one of London's largest bookstores only 2
> days ago and only managed to find one title on Spice (which I have
> purchased) but it's not the kind of 'big dummies' guide I really need
> at this stage. I'd still be interested in the answers to the
> questions, though!
> "What is now proved was once only imagin'd"
> - William Blake, 1793