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sometimes im suspicious about having the circuit badly designed or trying to decide if there is a short -circuit on the circuit i made on breadboard.is there a software u can suggest for breadboard simulation?
I know one breadboard simulation software - "Protolab 4.0".
For more info and for free download of demo version you can visit the "Global Specialities" site(search on google).Sorry i do not remember the exact site.
I would also like to tell that there's another electronic circuits simulation software - "CircuitMaker" - which i found after a bit of googling.Sorry again for not remembering the site.
For more choices you can always go searching on google.
Good Luck !
It Didnt work properly and then everytime I clicked on anything Desktop, Link or Media file it attempted to re-install the software. I searched the registry, common startup and user specific and couldnt stop it.
Callidus, can you describe the software a bit.
it is quite a large file and i really don't want to loose time downaloading it.
i will apreciate it very much.
another thing that can be used is the OrCad lite edition. i ordered a free cd and the version on it is quite good. you can get it
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i also use electronics workbench multisim, wich i consider quite good, but too limited.
Circuit maker (www.circuitmaker.com) the student version, is quite what i needed[/url]
Livewire is another piece of great circuit simulation software. You can do a google for "Livewire Circuit software" to find the demo. The software is made by a company called new wave concepts (i think - or it's something similar)[/b]