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Old 10th May 2002, 02:59 AM   #31
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Originally posted by AudioFreak
Experience has shown that you should not trust the simulations in CircuitMaker. The digital sims are borderline and the anologue ones arent worth a grain of salt......
Um, really? I have to confess i haven't played a lot with the digital simulations, but the analoge part seemed ok to me. Which packages did you compare it against?

As for Electronics Workbench... yeah, i really like it too! Whenever you need a quick sim, you can have it working in two minutes.
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Electronics Workbench, Protel, Proteus and a heap of others I've long since forgotten .... in some instances you may find that CircuitMaker is ok for anologue sims .... let me assure you, you have been lucky! Most anolog sims in Circuitmaker are so far from realistic it's not worth the time.
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Interesting... i liked Protel a lot the time i tried it, but it was way to big (CircuitMaker is happy with about 60mb). I'll probably install it whenever i get the free hd space.
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Old 17th July 2002, 07:09 PM   #34
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Originally posted by BrianL
Try this:

.... No autorouters or
other unnecessary foo foo. Just plain intuitive layout.
You sound like a Kiwi! ?? Or is it just the influence of Kiwi software.
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