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I found this small software for Schematic and PCB called PC logic. It cost just $99. As compared to other software's cost this is just a steal! But this is not very advanced software. I think for low level PCB designer and hobbyist its ok. It also has an auto-router.
**broken link removed** https://www.web-tronics.com/pclogcirdess.html (features)
By posting links to cracked software and registration keys you are making the forum owner, ElectroMaster, open to legal action. If you want to use it - fair enough but don't taint the board with bent stuff. It might be better if you removed the links and replaced them with your email address. That way if anyone wants it they can contact you - including the manufacturers. Better still - remove the posts. Over the years I've requested demos from most software houses and they provide them without a problem. If I find that the software will do the job I want then I BUY it. If not then it goes in the bin.
Why dont you try a free legal software (full version). Its called
Autotrax EDA. It is available from www.autotraxeda.com
Size of file is 24MB.
Other alternatives are free DOS pcb layout programs like Easytrax or Autotrax. Both these are available from at www.protel.com Go to their resources -> downloads section. Both programs are less than 1MB.
Nope, you are incorrect. Autotrax EDA works on Win98. Ive already downloaded it and installed in on Win98SE. It does need a 17" Monitor
though. 256MB RAM is recommended. Ive used it on 128MB. It has
a schematic editor, SPICE simulator, PCB layout. Whew!!!
Kingaljp, it can definitely be installed on Win98SE since I had installed it on that OS. I did not use it much though. At the time (around 2 months back) the site was claiming that it was the full (no pin limits) free software. I did not confirm if it had any pin limits at that time. They are charging for it now and when you use the software now a splash screen comes up saying it has a 100 pin limit. I found the interface odd.
If you are looking for a free legal SPICE circuit simulator try the Linear Technology website at www.linear.com They have one for freedownload. It has a built in schematic editor and circuit simulator. Go to the Design Support section of their website.