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Pspice Tutorial

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ORCAD/PSPICE Tutorial
Dr. George L. EngelDepartment of Electrical and Computer EngineeringSouthern Illinois University EdwardsvilleEdwardsville, ILSeptember 3, 2003Version 1.0
 
Students may obtain a student version of ORCAD and SPICE by visitingDr. Engel's homepage at www.ee.siue.edu/~gengel. Click on the
Teaching
 link and then on
ECE327.
Download the zip file and unzip it. Installthe software by double clicking on the Setup icon. When asked if youwish to install
Schematic
or
Capture
, select
Capture.
 After downloading and installing the demo version of ORRCAD, create ashortcut to the Capture program. Place the shortcut on your desktop tomake it easy to launch the application. Also, create a folder somewhereon your drive where you can save your schematics and your PSPICEsimulation files.For example, here is the shortcut on my desktop. I called it ORCADdemoORCAD is a schematic editor. In other words, it is a program thatallows you to draw circuit schematics. The demo version that you havedownloaded comes with a nice collection of parts libraries with partsthat you are likely to use in student assignments and studentlaboratory exercises.PSPICE is an electrical simulator that allows you to simulate theoperation of the circuits whose schematic you prepared using ORCAD.This allows students to check for correct circuit operation even beforethey actually construct the circuit in lab. The demo version of ORCADallows you to run PSPICE without even leaving the ORCAD user interface.Launch the ORCAD schematic editor by double-clicking on the
ORCADdemo
 icon.Click on
File
from the main menubar and then select
Open New Project
.You should then see the following dialog box.
 
 I decided to name my project "tutorial". Notice I have entered the
Location
of the folder where the schematics and my simulation resultswill be saved. Use the
Browse
button to select the location where
you
 would like to save
your 
files. Make sure the
 Analog or Mixed A/D
 option has been selected. You may then click the OK button.The following dialog box will appear.Make sure to select
Create a blank project
and then click the OKbutton.

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