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bargavi

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hi,
i would like to know if there r any free downloads for designing circuits on the computer for testing.can anybody tell me?
 

Pilot

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Hi,

If you are using NT3.5, win2000 or XP then go to

www.autotraxeda.com for a free download.

The software is unrestricted and will do quite a lot.

Ron
:lol:
 

venu

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hi

check out the offficial orcad website . the student versionof pspice is available

venu
 

electrogeek

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If you are looking for Electronic Design software for free look no farther , pal . Just go to the University of Nebraska's website @ www.engr.unl.edu and you will have and endless supply of free software to pick from .
Trust me you don't think that I didn't take advantage of this website you better believe I did .
 

kinjalgp

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The site has moved and I can't find any softwares on the new site. Electrogeek, Could you point us to the exact URL?
 

kinjalgp

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Pilot said:
Hi,
If you are using NT3.5, win2000 or XP then go to
www.autotraxeda.com for a free download.
The software is unrestricted and will do quite a lot.
Ron
:lol:
Looking at the description on the site it seems AutoTrax is a good software but does any one know why it does not support Win95/98?
 

herbymcduff

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my guess would be is that it is a 32 bit web page. Thus, only being able to run on Win XP, Win 2000, Win NT. Win 98/95 are only 16 bit. Thus, it is difficult at times to run things meant for 98/95 on XP/2000/NT. But that's only my guess. Uneducated and all.
 

kinjalgp

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I was talking about the software and not their Web Page :lol:
 

bogdanfirst

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try the orcad site, and order a free student version cd, it quite good, but the simulation is advanced...
i also used some time ago multisim, i think i got it somehow from the poptronics site vor wiewing the schematics adn the simulation really worked, but it ha some rough limitation for the free version
 
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