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Old 29th May 2007, 08:27 PM   #1
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Default class D audio power amplifier using tas 5261 IC.

We are doing project work on class D audio power amplifier. For that we are using TAS5261 IC and pga2310 using as a volume control, tpa 2310 as a pulse width modulator.

Sir, we are suffering from simmulator for this and also HOW TO INTERFACE?. And also circuit diagram.


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We are under taken the project "class D type audio power amplifier "using TEXAS IC TAS5261.And we are interfacing the PGA2311(VOLUME CONTROLLER) and TPA2000D1 with TAS5261. We require "simulator software " for this project.so i request you to please help me.
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I require simulator software for class d type audio power amplifier if available please help me ........manohar
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And we are interfacing the PGA2311(VOLUME CONTROLLER) and TPA2000D1 with TAS5261. We require "simulator software " for this project.so i request you to please help me.
That part about the TPA2000D1 and TAS5261 sounds so familiar... I seem to remember seeing something like that before... A search for "TAS5261" in the class d forum should return something useful.

As far as the simulator software goes, I really doubt you'll find someone willing to help you out for nothing.
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require pcb designing for tas5261 with tpa2000d1(pulse width modulation) and pga 2311(volume controller).how to get it?
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how to get it?
By learning to route PCB yourself?
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By learning to route PCB yourself?
Bad girl !

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you could go for TinyCAD in order to draw the schematic and export into a netlist.
For layouting you could use FreePCB.
 
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Bad girl !

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you could go for TinyCAD in order to draw the schematic and export into a netlist.
For layouting you could use FreePCB.

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