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Introduction to PSpice Using OrCAD for Circuits and Electronics (3rd…

by Muhammad H. Rashid

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For second and third year Electrical Engineering courses in Electronics, Circuit Analysis, and Circuit Simulation. Implementing the industry-standard software, this book can be used as a textbook for teaching the simulation of electronics and electrical circuits through SPICE, PSpice A_D, Windows-based PSpice Schematics, or Orcad Capture. Covering topics in basic circuits and electronics, it could also be used as a supplement to books on basic circuits and/or electronics.

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