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PSPICE Links (Updated Sept. 14, 2010)
*The current supported version of PSPICE is sold by Cadence under their OrCAD product line. You can download a demo CD from their website here:
The “Capture and PSPice only” option is all that you would typically need for circuit simulation.
. The full version is installed in the Broun Hall computer labs. The supported schematic entry tool is Capture. This replaces the older schematic entry tool called Schematics. For those who would still like to use Schematics, see the information below. Another excellent simulator using the SPICE engine is LTSpice, which is freely available from Linear Technologies here:
At this writing the current version is LTSpice IV.
*How can I get a version of PSPICE using Schematics?
* Where can I get my own copy of PSPICE using Schematics? (the student version 9.1 is free).
*Download locally from Dr. Roppel's web site (file name = 91pspstu.exe). This is the student version 9.1. When you install the student version, be sure to choose SCHEMATICS as your interface, not CAPTURE. (Note: the file size is about 28 MB)
*Obtain a copy of the freshman computing initiative (FCI) CD, which includes PSPICE on Disk 1. This is the student version 9.1. When you install the student version, be sure to choose SCHEMATICS as your interface, not CAPTURE.
INSTRUCTION, DOCUMENTATION, AND EXAMPLES
*Bill Dillard's PSPICE Tutorial, Version 9 / Schematics, Sept. 2000, 27 pagesPDF (301K)Word (2.74M)Hydlide 3visitor from the dark.
*Dr. GuofuNiu’s Capture TutorialJNT file(you might need to download Microsoft’s free JNT viewer)PDF file(coming soon)
*One source for complete PSPICE manuals: http://www.ece.uncc.edu/manuals/
* Anatomy of a PSPICE output file - dc BJT example
* How to edit the parameters of a diode in PSPICE and find the Q-point
* Simulation of a PTAT (Proportional to Absolute Temperature) BJT circuit over temperature
-includes modifying BJT parameters, changing temperature, and handling library file errors
*Monte Carlo simulation of a BJT 4-resistor bias network.
*Half-Wave Rectifier simulation example dochtml