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Old 12th July 2005, 01:16 PM   #1
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New SPICE modeling freeware from Tex Inst
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came in this morning's mailbag -- a link to TINA-TI --

here's the descriptor from TI's email:

TINA-TI™ is a powerful, easy-to-use simulation program for designing, simulating and analyzing analog circuits.

Features include:
- Intuitive “quick start” schematic editor
- TI’s macromodels installed and ready to use
- Circuit examples for each macromodel
- Bode plots, transient, noise analysis and more

Virtual instruments such as a function generator, multimeter, oscilloscope, X-Y recorder and signal analyzer provide familiar appearance and function of common lab equipment.
Simulation results appear in separate windows with versatile scaling, formatting and annotation capabilities. Results and schematics are easily copied and pasted into presentations and
e-mails.
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Nice bode plotter, fft analyzer etc.

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Shame its limited to two chips + 20 nodes.

I'm sticking with Simetrix.
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