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 Post subject: Where to get old MicroSim software (used to be free)?
Posted: Mon May 08, 2006 1:38 pm 
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Anybody know where to get the old free version of MicroSim? It used to be a download (many years ago) on their website (Interface Technologies) but not any more. I think is had a limitation of about 25 or 50 nodes, but was quite nice for quick calculations, and it did not expire after 30 days so you could keep it forever. Thanks.

Ted Cline

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Posted: Mon May 08, 2006 5:00 pm 
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You are looking for PSpice which used to be owned by MicroSim. It belongs to Cadence now (which I view as a bad thing). You can google for PSpice and find lots of links. Or, you can go here and down load a couple of the older versions of the demo/student version. I didn't try to download so I don't know if the links work.

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Posted: Tue May 23, 2006 12:12 pm 
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Greetings Ted Cline:

Not that long ago I downloaded it from RF Globalnet at this link. ... asp?DocID={0002a571-bba7-11d4-8c7c-009027de0829}

Please let us knowif it's still there. Thanks.

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