PSpice for circuit theory and electronic devices by Paul Tobin

PSpice for Circuit Theory and Electronic Devices is one of a series of five PSpice books and introduces the latest Cadence Orcad PSpice version 10.5 by simulating a range of DC and AC exercises. It is aimed primarily at those wishing to get up to speed with this version.

PSpice for circuit theory and electronic devices

PSpice for circuit theory and electronic devices Features :

  • The book PSpice for Circuit Theory and Electronic Devices has more focus on analog electric design.
  • The book preserves the original color of the simulation environment for better recognition.
  • It uses snapshots, icons, captions, shortcuts for frequent actions, step by step-by-step explanations for better understanding.
  • PSPice terms are better explained by matching with corresponding electrical engineering terminologies.
  • As the name suggests, it provides a textbook as well as a laboratory manual.
  • Examples are worked with a theoretical explanation, simulated, and then compared with each other.
  • Exercise at the end of each chapter is initially worked to enable students to finish completion.
  • Setting and properties are discussed as they come up.

Contents :

  1. Basic electrical engineering circuit theorems are worked by hand and then simulated and the results are compared.
  2. Laplace Transformation is used for the transient response of Resistor-Capacitor Circuits (RC) and Resistor-Inductor Circuits (RL).
  3. Series and parallel resonant circuits are tested with simulation by sweeping through different impedances that are best explained.
  4. Modeling semi-conductor device characteristics as closely as possible to practice.
  5. Examine the problem of crossover in the power amplifier and power transistor using OrCAD PSpice.
  6. Power supply, power factor, and regulation problems are demonstrated with the help of simulation and better visualized.
  7. Finally, the characteristics of electronic devices are discussed and simulated for how they are connected to get NAND or NOR gates.

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