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Pspice EE10 - Introduction to PSpice Zicong Zhou EE10 Winter 2009 What is Spice SPICE stands for Simulation Package with Integrated Circuit

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Introduction to PSpice Zicong Zhou EE10, Winter 2009
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Introduction to PSpice 2 What is Spice? Ä SPICE stands for Simulation Package with Integrated Circuit Emphasis. It is developed by UC Berkeley in 1960’s. Ä SPICE is a powerful program that is used in IC and board-level design to check the integrity of circuit designs and to predict circuit behavior.
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Introduction to PSpice 3 What is PSpice? Ä PSpice is a SPICE analog circuit and digital logic simulation software that runs on PC. Ä PSpice is developed by Cadence Design Systems. The latest version is OrCAD 16.2 release. For more information: http://www.cadence.com/
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Introduction to PSpice 4 Getting PSpice PSpice v9.2 is available at SEASnet You can apply account through the web: http://www.seas.ucla.edu/acctapp . You may go to Seasnet Labs Remote access it through your personal computer: remote.seas.ucla.edu PSpice v9.1 student version is available http://cantor.ee.ucla.edu/~zzhou/
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Introduction to PSpice 5 Types of Analysis Available Basic Single-Run Analyses: Ä DC Bias Point Details Ä DC Sweep e.g for Transfer Function Ä AC Sweep and Noise e.g. for Frequency Response Ä Transient and Fourier: Time Domain Analysis
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Introduction to PSpice 6 Types of Analysis Available Advanced Multi-run Analyses: Ä Systematic: Parametric and Temperature Ä Statistical: - Monte Carlo Randomly varies all parameters having a tolerance - Sensitivity/Worst Case
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Pspice EE10 - Introduction to PSpice Zicong Zhou EE10 Winter 2009 What is Spice SPICE stands for Simulation Package with Integrated Circuit

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