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### PSpiceQuickGuide

Course: ESE 216, Fall 2009
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216 ESE PSpice with OrCAD Capture Note: Install the following components from the CD that comes with the textbook: (1) Orcad Capture (or Capture CIS), PSpice Lite AD, Spice Circuit Examples (Sedra, Smith). Step 1: Circuit Creation with Capture Create a new Analog, mixed AD project Place circuit parts Connect the parts Specify values and names Step 2: Specify type of simulation Create a simulation profile...

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