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Kees 11th November 2002 06:36 PM

Protel simulations
 
I only read about Pspice.

What about Protel simulation capabilities.

Is there anyone have experience with Protel 99SE?

tiroth 11th November 2002 07:01 PM

I've generally found Pspice to give more useful (and massagable) results for general simulation. Protel can be nice if you are doing digital and a model exists for the particular logic family you are using.

MWP 12th November 2002 03:47 AM

Protel DXP has some nice spice sim stuff in it.
Much better than the old 99SE.

Give it a look.
You can download a 30day version (not limited in any other way) from thier web site, or order a free cd.


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