Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: CircuitMaker spice simulation setup help needed
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Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 15:36:57 -0000
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Smile, it can only get WORSE wrote:
>> What can I say, have you tried my SS. You get free support, even if
>> you only use the demo.
> Hi Kevin,
> I asked in a couple of newsgroups regarding what software to get....
> I got alot of responses, but only 3 packages were recommended and
> SuperSpice wasn't amongst the suggested software packages. SO, I never
> downloaded it.
I must have missed your orginal post.
> Right now, I am locked into this software, but only becasue I've
> already started it after a brief evaluation of the suggested products.
> The other suggested products DO NOT have spice available, so that
> limits me severely.
> I did just receive my Orcad 9.2 freeware disk, but haven't installed
> it yet. I think it will be hard to learn, it does so much more than I
> need it to do however. So, not sure if I will switch to Orcad or not.
> I'll save your message though and will swing by to check out your
Have a look at the screen shot. The easiest way to see what it does, is
install and run an example e.g. diffamp.sss. I used PSpice for several
years prior to writting SS. PSpice its not bad, but for me I could never
go back, I like my GUI too much now.
You might find you want to unlock your choice:-)
SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.