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SPICE (Simulation Program for Integrated Circuits Emphasis) is an analog circuit simulator developed at Berkeley. Many di erent versions of SPICE are available from many different vendors.

Common SPICEs include HSPICE, PSPICE, and B2SPICE. SPICE takes a circuit netlist and performs mathematical simulation of the circuit's behavior. A netlist describes the components in the circuit and how they are connected. SPICE can simulate DC operating point, AC response, transient response, and other useful simulations.

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Download PSPICE 9.1 student version -27 MB

Download PSPICE 9.1 FULL CRACKED version - 160 MB


Download PSPICE 10.3 Portable version - 136 MB


Design and simulate analog and digital circuits.

What's included with the Student Version

Limited versions of the following products are included in the Student Version of PSpice:

* PSpice A/D 9.1, Web Update 1, including PSpice Schematics 9.1
* Your choice of schematic editors (specify during installation)
o PSpice Schematics 9.1
o Capture 9.1, Web Update 2

Digikey Database and libraries

Download Digikey Database 2.09 MB
Download Digikey Libraries 1.05 MB

Help Files

PSPICE.PDF - Pspice User's Guide
CAPUG.PDF - Capture User's Guide
ANALOG.PDF - Analog Parts
DIGITAL.PDF - Digital Parts
MIXED.PDF - Mixed- Signal Parts
PSPICEAD.PDF - A/D User�s Guide
PSPCREF.PDF - A/D Reference Manual
OPTUG.PDF - Optimizer User's Guide
PCB2LAY.PDF - Converting MicroSim PCBoards Designs to OrCAD Layout Designs


SCH2CAP.PDF - Converting MicroSim Schematics Designs to OrCAD Capture Designs
NETLICGD.PDF - Network Licensing Guide

Tutorials

sources:
electronics-lab.com/downloads/schematic/013
cadencepcb.com