Saturday, March 03, 2012

*Browser-based circuit simulator boasts a...

Browser-based circuit simulator boasts a mountain of features

You can build your schematic in the editor mode, then switch over to the simulator to get data back from the components. In that mode, your cursor becomes a probe, and clicking on different parts of the circuit will return the calculated input and output voltages for that component. But wait, there's more. It's got time and frequency simulation in addition to the voltage simulator. This lets you look at waveforms fed through analog filters, or timing data like in the 555 timer circuit above.

http://hackaday.com/2012/03/02/browser-based-circuit-simulator-boasts-a-mountain-of-features/


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1 comment:

Vanya Malhotra said...

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