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Installing and using LTspice IV (now including LTXVII). From beginner to advanced.
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Old 21st August 2014, 01:57 PM   #21
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Installing and using LTspice IV (now including LTXVII). From beginner to advanced.
I hope all this is making some kind of sense
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Old 21st August 2014, 05:21 PM   #22
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Yes, Yes, Yes! It takes me (and I'm sure others) to a whole new level with the software!

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Old 21st August 2014, 05:33 PM   #23
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Yes, Yes, Yes! It takes me (and I'm sure others) to a whole new level with the software!

THANK YOU!
And thank you

I was beginning to think no one was looking.

Hopefully, there is plenty more to come
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Oh, I'm looking. Very good, Mooly.
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Installing and using LTspice IV (now including LTXVII). From beginner to advanced.
I've used it for a number of years, but you have already taught me several new tricks!

Keep it up! This could end up being a very very useful "sticky".

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Old 21st August 2014, 06:55 PM   #26
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Thanks guys, appreciate it.

Next instalment will hopefully be up tomorrow.
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I hope all this is making some kind of sense
It is. I have been wanting to learn how to use LtSpice. Keep them coming please.
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Old 22nd August 2014, 12:44 AM   #28
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Go for it, Karl - there are so many ways, subtle details and approaches with this software - which become instinctive after a while - it's good to have some of them set out as you've done, as an easy to read tutorial.
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Any CAD package takes time to get into.
All seem to have their special key presses for each function.
I have now managed to add SMPS transformers and SMPS coupled inductors.
I also found some valve/tube components on line.
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Note that LTspice allows you to configure those key presses, which I've changed to suit my way of working. A gotcha is that a new version of the program will discard the changes made, at least it does with my way of installing a new version - something I haven't bothered to work out a proper solution for, so far ...

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