2015-01-23-ECE-220L-Experiment-1-Report.docx

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ECE 220L02 January 23, 2015 Experiment #1 Excel and PSpice Executive Summary: Excel and PSpice are essential tools that aid in the tabulation of data and the simulation of circuits respectively. Not only is Excel ideal for systematically grouping data, it is also capable of representing the data visually, for example in terms of graphs. Likewise, PSpice is also capable of subjecting the circuits through simulation to see how they perform based on certain characteristics that the circuit depends on. Objective: The objective of this experiment is to familiarize one's self with the capabilities and
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