Pspice

Spice: A Guide to Circuit Simulation and Analysis Using Pspice/Book and IBM PS 3 1/2 Disk

Spice: A Guide to Circuit Simulation and Analysis Using Pspice/Book and IBM PS 3 1/2 Disk by Paul W. Tuinenga
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 2 Dskt edition | 1991 | ISBN: 0137350023 | 224 pages | PDF | 7,7 MB

A guide to the use of PSpice in common electrical and electronic problems. This revised edition features two-port network analysis, loop gain analysis, and expanded coverage of group and …

PSpice: A Tutorial  

Posted by tanas.olesya at Feb. 17, 2016
PSpice: A Tutorial

PSpice: A Tutorial by Leslie H. Fenical
English | 20 Feb. 1992 | ISBN: 0136811493 | 364 Pages | PDF | 10 MB

An analysis of the use of PSpice for circuit analysis and design. It covers network analysis using both passive and active devices, and discusses a method for determining the characteristics of nonlinear magnetic cores for transformers and inductors.

Circuit Systems with MATLAB and PSpice (repost)  

Posted by fdts at Dec. 18, 2015
Circuit Systems with MATLAB and PSpice (repost)

Circuit Systems with MATLAB and PSpice
by Won Y. Yang, Seung C. Lee
English | 2007 | ISBN: 0470822325 | 538 pages | PDF | 8.86 MB
SPICE: A Guide to Circuit Simulation and Analysis Using PSpice (Repost)

SPICE: A Guide to Circuit Simulation and Analysis Using PSpice
Publisher: Prentice Hall | 1988 | ISBN: 0138346070 | 218 pages | PDF (scan) | 11,1 MB

This guide to the PSpice circuit simulator provides a "tutorial approach" to using PSpice through graduated examples. This edition includes enhanced pedagogical features, and coverage of the newest capabilities of this program. It explains: the use of "Monte Carlo methods" in PSpice for statistically computing estimates of how circuits will behave with variations in component values and derivation and use of two-port parameters, including s-parameters.
Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice [Repost]

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice By Nassir H. Sabah
2010 | 764 Pages | ISBN: 142008707X | PDF | 48 MB

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice does more than just make unsubstantiated assertions about electronics. Compared to most current textbooks on the subject, it pays significantly more attention to essential basic electronics and the underlying theory of semiconductors.
Electrotechnical Systems: Calculation and Analysis with Mathematica and PSpice (Repost)

Electrotechnical Systems: Calculation and Analysis with Mathematica and PSpice
Publisher: CRC Press | 2010 | ISBN: 1420087096 | 268 pages | PDF | 12,2 MB

Advances in mathematical methods, computer technology, and electrotechnical devices in particular continue to result in the creation of programs that are leading to increased labor productivity. Mathematical and simulation programs—and other programs that unite these two operations—provide the ability to calculate transitional, steady-state processes, stability conditions, and harmonic composition, and are often used to analyze processes in power electronic systems.
Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice (Repost)

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice By Nassir H. Sabah
2010 | 764 Pages | ISBN: 142008707X | PDF | 7 MB
Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice (Repost)

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice By Nassir H. Sabah
2010 | 764 Pages | ISBN: 142008707X | PDF | 7 MB

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice (Repost)  

Posted by bookwarrior at Sept. 24, 2015
Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice (Repost)

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice By Nassir H. Sabah
2010 | 764 Pages | ISBN: 142008707X | PDF | 48 MB

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice  

Posted by AlenMiler at Aug. 16, 2015
Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice by Nassir H. Sabah
English | Dec 21, 2009 | ISBN: 142008707X | 764 Pages | AZW4/PDF (True) | 17.91 MB/13.79 MB

Electronics: Basic, Analog, and Digital with PSpice does more than just make unsubstantiated assertions about electronics. Compared to most current textbooks on the subject, it pays significantly more attention to essential basic electronics and the underlying theory of semiconductors.