Lab3_Circuit_Simulation_Using_PSPICE

Lab3_Circuit_Simulation_Using_PSPICE - Lab 3: PSPICE...

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EE1002/CG1108 1 Lab 3: PSPICE Workshop - Circuit Simulation Using PSPICE Name: ___________________ Matric No.________________ Group: __________________ Activities Completed Verified By Marks from 2 1 2 3 4 5 1. Objective This lab session is for students to be given exposure to try out PSPICE functions and the features which will be required in other labs. This lab session will teach students to create and simulate circuit schematics with Orcad Capture CIS (a PSPICE tool), to understand various stimulus types and their corresponding analysis types, and to verify theoretical results using PSPICE simulations. Students will also learn to write SPICE netlists to represent electrical circuits and simulate them.
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EE1002/CG1108 2 2. Introduction to PSPICE SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) was developed at the University of California at Berkeley for computer simulation of analog circuits. Several companies have developed graphical user interfaces for Spice, which make it much easier to use. One of the most popular is PSPICE. PSPICE takes in a circuit netlist description file in ASCII format (SPICE deck) and constructs the corresponding Kirchoff Current Law (KCL) and Kirchoff Voltage Law (KVL) equations automatically. The program then solves the corresponding equations to find the desired operating current and voltage associated with the circuit.
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EE1002/CG1108 3 3. PSPICE using Orcad Capture CIS 3.1. Opening Orcad Capture CIS a. Go to Start All Programs Orcad 10.5(16.0) Demo Capture CIS Demo. b. Select File New Project. From the New Project window, give your project a name, select “Analog or Mixed A/D”, and select its location (see Figure 1). Change the “location”
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course ELECTRICAL EE1002 taught by Professor Panda during the Spring '11 term at National University of Singapore.

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Lab3_Circuit_Simulation_Using_PSPICE - Lab 3: PSPICE...

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