PSpice

SPICE - A guide to circuit simulation and analysis using PSpice. Computer-aided analysis and design is fast becoming a required skill for today’s electronic engineers/technicians. SPICE is often the tool of choice. However because it runs on a mainframe or VAX-class computer, it must usually be learned at the PC level using the PSpice simulator. This volume provides a time-and-effort-saving introduction to the PSpice simulator as a requisite for moving to SPICE. The author introduces SPICE simulation; considers DC and AC circuits; outlines semiconductor devices modelling; explores digital logic circuits; and considers difficulties.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 22 articles , 2 standard articles )

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  1. Pourgholi, Mahdi; Boroujeni, Elham Amini: An iterative LMI-based reduced-order observer design for fractional-order chaos synchronization (2016)
  2. Toscano, L.; Stella, S.; Milotti, E.: Using graph theory for automated electric circuit solving (2015)
  3. Kuetche Mbe, E.S.; Fotsin, H.B.; Kengne, J.; Woafo, P.: Parameters estimation based adaptive generalized projective synchronization (GPS) of chaotic Chua’s circuit with application to chaos communication by parametric modulation (2014)
  4. Kandić, D.B.; Reljin, B.D.; Reljin, I.S.: Electrical network functions of common-ground uniform passive RLC ladders and their Elmore’s delay and rise times (2013)
  5. Vasilescu, Gabriel; Chen, Luonan: Spice simulation of intracellular transport: free diffusion (2011)
  6. Zhang, Xiaoming; Peng, Jianhua: Amplitude death in conjugate variable coupled nonidentical chaotic systems (2011)
  7. Kumngern, Montree; Dejhan, Kobchai: A BJT technology-based current-mode square rooting circuits (2010)
  8. Radwan, A.G.; Soliman, A.M.; Elwakil, A.S.: Design equations for fractional-order sinusoidal oscillators: four practical circuit examples (2008)
  9. Li, Enying; Wen, Guilin; Li, Guangyao: Hopf bifurcation of Hénon map analysis and circuit implementation based on PSpice (2007)
  10. Moschytz, George S.: A comparison of continuous-time active RC filters for the analog front end (2007)
  11. Radwan, A.; Soliman, A.M.; Elwakil, A.S.: 1D digitally-controlled multiscroll chaos generator (2007)
  12. Kiliç, Recai: Experimental modifications of VOA-based autonomous and nonautonomous Chua’s circuits for higher dimensional operation (2006)
  13. Kiliç, Recai; Saraçoğlu, Ö. Galip; Yildirim, Fatma: A new nonautonomous version of Chua’s circuit: Experimental observations (2006)
  14. Tamaševičius, A.; Mykolaitis, G.; Bumelienė, S.; Baziliauskas, A.; Krivickas, R.; Lindberg, E.: Chaotic Colpitts oscillator for the ultrahigh frequency range (2006)
  15. Alhama, Francisco; Campo, Antonio; Zueco, Joaquín: Numerical solution of the heat conduction equation with the electro-thermal analogy and the code PSPICE (2005)
  16. Thamilmaran, K.; Senthilkumar, D.V.; Lakshmanan, M.; Ishaq Ahamed, A.: Strong chaos in a forced negative conductance series LCR circuit (2005)
  17. Urquia, A.; Martin, C.; Dormido, S.: Design of SPICELib: a Modelica library for modeling and analysis of electric circuits (2005)
  18. Włodarski, Zdzisław: Modelling dynamic hysteresis loops and iron losses by the use of equivalent circuits (2005)
  19. Yildirim, Fatma; Uzunhisarcikli, Esma; Kiliç, Recai; Alçi, Mustafa: Experimental verification of high frequency performance of FTFN-based simple chaotic circuit (2005)
  20. Flores, Juan: Complex fans: A representation for vectors in polar form with interval attributes (1999)

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