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EveryCircuit SPICE App for Android

MuseMaze, EveryCircuit is possibly the best circuit design and simulation app on the Android market at the moment.Cabe Atwell, a contributing editor for Design News, comes up with a lot of good stuff in his blog that focuses on hardware and software design. This one highlights the EveryCircuit app for the Android market. "It is possibly the best circuit design and simulation app at the moment. It pulls in SPICE models of almost every component out there. Anything that can be done on a bench is in this app -- function generators, oscilloscopes. However, this app takes design to a whole new level of interactivity beyond that of even desktop apps. Watch how every component reacts in the circuit." Its price is a whopping $10.

EveryCircuit SPICE App for Android - RF Cafe



Posted  March 2013
 
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