Friday, November 10, 2006

MacSpice 3f5: circuit simulation for OSX



If you are into analog electronics design, or if you are approaching your 2nd year EE or CpE, most likely you will need to simulate your designs before commiting them to the breadboard or printed circuit board. Fortunately, you won't need to fire up your PC just yet. MacSpice is an excellent implementation of Spice for OSX. This App is written in Xcode and supports Intel Macs, no less! Go to the developer's website, and download the App and read the instructions. Very deep thanks to the dinasty of developers RetoTischhauser, Anthony Wilson and Charles Williams for this very important contribution to the Mac as a developing platform.

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