From: Bill Cohen (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Aug 29 2000 - 08:05:07 PDT
Any schematic capture tool will allow you to enter schematics. All
the CAD vendors have them. They usually have a tool with an analog
bent to them. They usually come with a library of Rs, Cs, Ls, etc.
and a netlister to spice format.
Pspice used to have a schematic capture tool included with the
Unfortunately (or fortunately) drawing schematics by hand is a
dying artform. Most digital engineers prefer to synthesize circuit
using verilog code.
>Besides editing HSPICE input file manually, is there a schematic tool
>which allow you to draw a schematic and then export it into .sp file ?
>Sometimes it could be very time consuming to write the spice file
>manually. How do you guys work around this problem ?
>Thanks for your input.
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