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cadsoft.de/freeware.htm

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freeware pspice v8.0

A very simple and basic prog is XCircuit, from the unix world... you can compile it and run it under cygwin normally. Very easy to use. For small circuits it's OK.
 

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www.cadsoft.de/freeware.htm

Try CIR*CUITMAKER at:

h**p://w^w.microcode.com/
(*=t, ^=w, remove )

The program is available as a student version or a full version that works for 30 days (cracks are available - look around on this board)
 

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logiciel pulsonix

Try orcad (in some version). I think it's perhaps one of the most powerfull schematic drawing software avalaible today.

Best regards.
 

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pspice v8.0 demo version

orcad has much bug, try cohesion, better hierarchy system
 

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oregano export schematic

Try hxxx:\www.protel.com it has a big component
library. I,m using it for a long time.
Exporting files is also possible ie DXF
 

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www.circuitcreator.co.th

You can also try EAGLE (www.cadsoft.de).
Nice prog (FREE demo version - schematic is limited to 1 sheet) and can export schematic and pcb in *.bmp, *.jpg, *.png formats or save image directly into clipboard ...
 

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sauvegarde multisim 2001 demo

give orcad a go as you can download a demo and it will save print ect
 

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manuel en francais klogic

Hi,

definitely Protel is easy to use, I think it is the best for your need.
 

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klogic cygwin

For the simplistic view. If you want something to use quickly then try ISIS from
http://www.labcenter.co.uk.
This is a doddle to use, has quite a few components and is not over kill for your application. The high end schematic tools Protel, orcad etc are very powerful but are not really a 2 minute draw and ten print package.

RGS

Bagster
 

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eagl pcb version francaise

If your need is only to draw schematics and symbols you can get Design*Works for free (30-day trial) from

h**p://***.c#pil#no.com
(# ---> a)

It exports schematics in .wmf format, ready to be pasted in just anything.
Hope it helps.
Rgz
 

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orcad lite edition telecharger

For small Schematics/PCB u can use Eagle as freeware easily. It's a quite small prog and has a big library. The export works good for me - I used .tif-files.
 

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ltspice.linear-tech.com

here, some links,
MB.
CAD et linux

Pour la simulation, il existe plusieurs solutions:

Libres :
- Spice de base mais plutot rebarbatif a utiliser.
- Oregano qui permet la saise de schéma de façon graphique ainsi que la
simulation (http://oregano.codefactory.se/).
- Geda qui est prometteur mais loin d'être utilisable au quotidien
(http://www.geda.seul.org/)
- Gnucap que je viens de decouvrir pour te répondre et qui semble être
un truc style spice mais avec un langage différent.
(http://www.gnu.org/software/gnucap/)
- Gael qui a l'air bien jeune (http://gael.sourceforge.net/).
- Yaeda qui a l'air plus que pas mal (http://www.yaeda.org/).
- Electric qui a l'air rustique mais puissant
(http://www.staticfreesoft.com/index.html).
- XCircuit qui ne fait que du dessin de schéma avec export vers netlist
(http://xcircuit.ece.jhu.edu/).
- ngspice qui a l'air bien sympathique
(http://ngspice.sourceforge.net/).
- Klogic pour la simultaion logique (http://www.a-rostin.de/klogic/).
- tkgate que je découvre a l'instant
(http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~hansen/tkgate/).
- PCB, un des pionniers je crois
(http://bach.ece.jhu.edu/~haceaton/pcb/).

Non libres :
- Eagle que l'on a deja cité (http://www.cadsoftusa.com/) et qui
possede un module spice (que je n'ai jamais reussi a faire marcher
(ftp://ftp.cadsoft.de/pub/userfiles/eaglesp3-0.99e.tgz).
- BAE que je ne connais pas (http://www.bartels.de/bae.htm).
- Spice Opus (http://fides.fe.uni-lj.si/spice/).
- Smash de Dolphin qui offre une version d'évaluation limité à 25
noeuds pour la partie spice (
http://www.dolphin-integration.com/medal/smash/smash_overview.html).

Et enfin quelques liens en vrac :
http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/apps/circuits/!INDEX.html
http://sal.kachinatech.com/Z/1/index.shtml (pleins de choses a
explorer).







http://www.lvr.com/pcbs.htm Réalisation de circuits imprimés : Conseils et liens

http://spazioweb.inwind.it/nferrarese/File/manual355-eng.zip Manuel Eagle Version 3.55 (Anglais)

http://www.terrypin.dial.pipex.com/ECADList.html notes and links to some 50 ECAD programs several of which include
Spice.

Réalisation de circuits imprimés : Il faut compter 26$ pour du double face/trous métallisés/vernis épargne/masque soudure en
format Euro (160 x 100 mm). Je n'ai pas encore trouvé moins cher pour une telle prestation (prototype ou très petite série).
Tout est indiqué très clairement sur leur site (pour aller directement aux pages sur les PCB, utiliser
http://www.olimex.com/pcb/index.html ). Ne pas oublier de lire la FAQ.

http://LTspice.linear-tech.com/software/swcadiii.exe This is a free, high-performance, unlimited, fully functional
SPICE simulator with integrated schematic capture and waveform
viewer. See my recent post on sci.electronics.cad for more
details.

http://stud4.tuwien.ac.at/~e9325329/elt/vgf.htm Vector Graphic format tools

http://www.arrakis.es/~fon/simbologia/ "Web de la simbología electrónica"

http://www.dwlite.com/ DesignWorks Lite

http://www.orcad.com/partner/solution/contentpage/cddemo4.asp ORCAD lite package. Design must be less than 60
components. That's a lot of components!

http://www.pulsonix.com Pulsonix PCB Design software with free Schematic Capture

http://www.circuitcreator.com full Schematic Design and Capture, Circuit Simulator, full interactive Symbol Editor,
professional Printed Circuit Board Design and Layout, and Automatic Routing

http://www.cadsoftusa.com Eagle http://www.cadsoft.de/freeware.htm

http://b.urbani.free.fr/ Logiciels freeware de CAO Electronique

http://resel.enst-bretagne.fr/em6/index.php3?corps=tut_eagle Un petit tutoriel en français du logiciel de CAO Eagle.

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lab/3719/ logiciel Grids(gratuit et libre et en francais) : dessin vectoriel, schéma
électrique, dessin de tablatures de Guitare, dessin de calendrier, organigrammes, etc..

http://www.rdrop.com/~cary/html/schematic.html information about electronics schematics interchange

OrCAD Documentation (SDT386)

http://www.labcenter.co.uk/ Prospice Lite , Shareware & Demo d'outils CAO et IAO

http://www.fe.uni-lj.si/~spice/ Si vous êtes en mesure de générer les fichiers source (.cir ou similaire), vous pouvez essayer de
vous procurer OPUS SPICE qui est gratuit et compatible XSPICE et donc proce de pspice V8. Il ne permet pas la saisie de
schéma, mais on peut s'en passer, si on est assez patient. D'ailleurs, il y a quelques années on ne passait jamais par les
schémas, hormi les schémas à main levée, obligatoires.

http://www.spice-club.com/fra/database/database.asp bibliothèques pour logiciels de simulation
http://www.newburytech.co.uk/Pages/models.html
http://astro.snu.ac.kr/FACILITIES/INSTRUMENTATION/spice_models.html
http://www.sss-mag.com/spice.html#resource

http://www.analog-innovations.com/ PSPICE models

http://www.orcad.com/products/pspice/pspice_f.htm PSPICE

GEDA : http://www.geda.seul.org/index.html

Les fichiers Gerber et leurs applications

Visualisation de fichiers Gerber : télécharger GC-Prevue sur le site : http://www.graphicode.com/

LAYO1

EAGLE

Notice Mentor V.8

PSPICE 4.05

ECAL

http://www.ens-lyon.fr/~bkuhlmey/nik/ci.html Réalisation de circuits imprimés (et en bas de la page, lien vers initiation)

http://www.cif.fr/fr/fr6_1.shtml Métallisation / perçage de circuits imprimés

http://www.micrelec.fr/ E.A.O : Expérimentation ou Enseignement assisté par ordinateur
 

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eagle schematic capture hierarchy

visio technical is so far the best schematic editor for circuit layouts to incorporate into msword.
 

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cddemo4.asp

Hi cin,

I have the Cohesion Designer 4.46. It is good to draw the transistor schematic. And you can cut and paste it on your msword.

Still remember my email, send mail to me.

Best Regards,

Tim KAM
 

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www.micrelec.fr

I have used many packages. But I am highly satisfied with Protel99SE. You can download the fully working version from http://www.protel.com.

Regards
 

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eagle 3.55 download

hi there,

use pr*otel*99s*e for drawing the schematics and import it with mgi photosuite to ms w*ord or just make a pdf print . best combination ever.

see ya

curgi
 

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I use Orcad 9.2 to edit schematics,It's well.
I layout with PADS powerpcb 4.0. I thank that Protel is not good for edit schematics and route!
 

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import illustrator file into cadsoft eagle

I use protel99SE, it is very nice.
Between OrCAD, I chose protel.

Of course, if u want much more professional tool, I suggest MultiSim.

have a nice day---^_^
 

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electronic work bench +footprint

Thx everybody,
Can any one suggest a proffesional look schematic output like that used for book puplishing.
(pls. don't says XCircuit!!!) :wink:
 

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