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    eagle pcb alternatief

    orcad pspice for simulation and eagle for pcb designs because it is very simple



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    the best cad system for architects

    i think u should try Cadence..



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    caspoc vs. protel or proteus

    For Student Level in Electric Circuit simulation I would suggest PSpice (any version 8.0, 9.0, etc). There is very good manual available by Franco, who also has Electric Circuits textbook.

    For more advanced work, I mean circuits having many parts I would recomment Orcad 9.2.



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    cad systems best processor

    Free downloads of SwCAD111 + BodeCAD,you get a lot for free.Also look at Express SCH.



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    proteus versus orcad

    For Analog and RF ... I use cadence spectre/SpectreRF

    For digital design either spectre of microsim

    use simpel circuits etc you may want to use free student version of Pspice.



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    best cad system?

    Electronics Workbench (Multisim) is best



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    alternative eagle cad

    There is no such the best CAD systems. You should ask which CAD systems is the best for your project with your budget and your experience



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    best cad system for large assemblies

    i think proteus is best in simulate microcontroller circuit



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    +spectra router manual

    <flame> OrCAD </flame>
    I think, that the question is wrong. If you want the best
    go to Ca*ence or its competitors and pick the most
    expensive product. Then you will get "the best".
    But if you are money constrained (and who isn't)
    then pick Eagle. $1200 for a complete suite is a bargain
    comparing to others. And there is a huge community
    which uses the Eagle so it is easy to get advisory/library parts/etc.
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    Personally I have bought OrCAD because I somehow
    like it. Some people say that it is the most difficult (in terms of
    control) CAD for PCB. I don't know. I like it.
    And don't forget that there is another issue: once you start designing, drawing libraries, etc then after some time of doing that is
    hard to switch to another product, especially when you can't
    import your work into it.
    This was the main reason why I picked what I picked.

    Just my two cents...



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    eagle pcb simulate

    Cadence



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    eagle cad layout

    i thank the protel 2004 is the best



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    best cad program for pcb

    best simulator on the PC is the modelsim
    on unix is the NC_verilog
    best synthesis is the Physicscompile
    best layout tool is ApolloII



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    alternative for eagle cad

    I think that Eagle is very good,becouse off easy off using..
    Some sad, that Protel is bether bat is nedeed to mach time to learn it. It is my opinion that if is for profesional use - Protel, otherwise Eagle



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    lochmaster cheapest

    There are many types on the CAD, such as the electronic CAD, plot CAD, architecture CAD, PhotoCAD, machine CAD,
    BUT Which do you mean?



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    trak maker 2000 pcb

    hi

    i see that rauol is right when you can finish the job with a needle don't put a sword there .

    using orcad for the complex huge projects

    using proteus for micros

    using electronic workbench for simple fast circuit simulation

    remember :

    using orcad is similar to driving a space shuttle with huge number of controls and panels it should be built complicated for the task it was built for and though it needs a lot of training reading practice and experience to master.

    using electronic workbench is so simple like riding a bike you can master it in couple minutes that doesn't mean its not good at all i consider it the best as for me
    i always break my designs int small chunks simulate it on electronic workbench or proteus"if it were much complicated for ewb or containing embedded code" in spite of building them in reality when i found them fit i build the hole story using orcad so if it happened to need modifications then that narrows the areas that should be revised.
    best regards to you and lots of thanks to all companies that building all those useful programs



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    top rated cad systems

    what is your prefer? cost?, performance? design flexibility?

    usert



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    eaglecad differential pair

    i am asking if there is any free CAD software as powerful as eagle



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