Posts Tagged ‘SPICE’

SPICEing Op Amp Stability

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Drone writes: Here is a nice little app-note that describes a quick test for op-amp stability using SPICE. (Actually the technique might be useful on the bench as well.) The approach involves applying a step directly to the op-amp input pin and observing the step response. The Author points out...

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SPICY Schematics: A schematic editor and SPICE simulator for iPad

Friday, January 20th, 2012

SPICY is an electronics schematic editor and SPICE simulator for the iPad. A free version is available at iTunes. SPICY is fast, intuitive, and allows you to literally draw circuits with your fingers. Create, save, edit, share, simulate, export and send screenshots to email, SPICY is a must have for...

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