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    ADS (advanced design system) install

    Hello everyone please need help finding any installer that I can hook you to ADS. (ads advanced design system).
    I used the versions 2016/2015 / 2019. I followed the step by step instructions. Please I really need this software because I am not attending college classes if I fail the tests.

    may be free mode, (I didn't find free either).

    I really need help, please.

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    Re: ADS (advanced design system) install

    LTSpice is a free simulation program which is frequently recommended here. It's produced by Linear Technology which is a reputable company. Try it and you may find it suits your purposes.

    Do not expect anyone to send you free versions of ADS. If someone offers to do so, then consider that it may contain malware.



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    Re: ADS (advanced design system) install

    If you're student, request license from Keysight..
    ADS is downloadable from Keysight's website but you have to get a valid license.Keysight offers that for a limited period for students..



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    Re: ADS (advanced design system) install

    Quote Originally Posted by BradtheRad View Post
    LTSpice is a free simulation program which is frequently recommended here. It's produced by Linear Technology which is a reputable company. Try it and you may find it suits your purposes.

    Do not expect anyone to send you free versions of ADS. If someone offers to do so, then consider that it may contain malware.
    Thanks (2x) for the answer, but unfortunately I can't use LTSpice, because as I need to do printed circuit board trail form, it is ideal for active components, but I need ADS.



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