11611Re: [GPSL] [EOSS] Still Drawing Circuits On A Napkin? Consider Using Scheme-it, A Web-Based Schematic Capture Tool, Instead
- Mar 1, 2012Piracy is bad, mmkay... Why not use CadSoft Eagle which is awesome and has a free version?AlexeiOn 2012-03-01, at 7:19 AM, Timothy Cathcart wrote:
Nice tool for drawing up some simple diagrams.Joe, if you are looking for something to test and run simulations.. there is a USB portable ISO of the full blown Cadence Orcad 10.5 Suite that I use for school. Google can find it for you.It takes a couple of minutes to load up when you want to use it but basically creates a virtual memory of the application on your C: while you use it..Just make sure you save your project files somewhere else. When you close it down it blows away all evidence the program existed.Very nice and Easy to use anywhere because of the portability. Requires atleast a 2 GB Flashdrive to run it.On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 10:00 AM, Joe <nss@...> wrote:Now that is really cool. How intuitive does it get? just drawing? or can it like semi test a circuit?
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On 2/29/2012 9:47 PM, Mike Manes wrote:--Timothy CathcartRM&S EngineerGrand Rapids, MI
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