Micro-Cap (microcap) Pro

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Micro-Cap (microcap) Pro

Micro-Cap Pro | 2009 | 52 MB

Micro-Cap 9 is an integrated schematic editor and mixed analog/digital simulator that provides an interactive sketch and simulate environment for electronics engineers. Since its original release in 1982, Micro-Cap has been steadily expanded and improved. Micro-Cap 9, the ninth generation, blends a modern, intuitive interface with robust numerical algorithms to produce unparalleled levels of simulation power and ease of use. Nothing else comes close.

The multi-page hierarchical schematic editor makes it easy to sketch a circuit. Once a circuit is created, you can do a transient, AC, DC, transfer function, sensitivity, or distortion with a simple command. You can even edit the schematic while in the analysis mode and MC9 will redo the analysis. The editor features stepping, scaling, panning, multiple-object selection, rotation about three axes, mirroring, clipboard functions, and multistage undo and redo. You can copy and paste between circuits using the clipboard. A new intelligent Copy and Paste not only pastes parts, but their companion model statements, subcircuits, and macros as well. Components and wires can be assigned colors individually. The schematic may be documented using text, graphic objects, and image files. You can probe the schematic with the mouse to display circuit waveforms and curves, or use Dynamic DC to see DC voltages, currents, and power instantaneously. Dynamic AC lets you see AC magnitudes, phases, and real and imaginary values as you edit the circuit. For transient analysis, you can now see on-schematic displays of the RMS, average, peak, or last value of node voltages, currents, and power.

Circuits can be password protected. The main purpose of this feature is to encrypt macro circuit files. An encrypted macro file can still be run by another user, but they won't be able to view the macro circuit details without knowing the password.

A schematic may be translated into a SPICE text file, a SPICE subcircuit, a PCB netlist file, or a Bill of Material for use with other programs.

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