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EE

Design & Analysis Software for


Electrical Engineering Students
and Professionals
4/15/92
You have now unarchived EE11.EXE into a collection of
several smaller programs. The sub-programs in EE are driven
by a single menu tree which you start by running the batch file,
EE.BAT by simply typing EE followed by <RETURN>. This version of
EE is designed to run on PC's that have 640K of RAM and a hard-disk.
INSTALLATION
Create a subdirectory on your hard disk. Go into that
subdirectory and copy all of the programs from EE11.EXE into it.
Then type EENSTAL followed by <Return>.
This installation program will ask you questions about your
computer and will ask you to select the colors you like, etc.
Remember that this version of EE can only be used on a PC
equipped with both a hard disk and a coprocessor. After EENSTAL
is finished, type EE and <RETURN> to start the program. The title
screen will then appear. (If, at some later time, you decide to change
screen colors
or the kind of monitor you have, simply rerun EENSTAL.)

STARTING EE
After observing the title screen, hit <Return> one more
time and the main menu will appear. Each selection on that main menu
will bring up a sub-menu from which the individual programs can be
run.
DOCUMENTATION
Full documentation will be sent to each registered user of EE.
This documentation contains a complete description of each of the
programs within EE, directions on how to use them, and many examples.
The documentation also contains all schematic diagrams
necessary for proper interpretation of the results of the circuit
design programs in EE.

REGISTRATION
As a registered user of EE you will receive a complete copy
of the printed documentation. You will also be issued a registration
number which the EENSTAL program asks for. Entering this number when
EENSTAL asks for it prevents EE from requiring you at various times
to enter a substitute registration number (which it will supply).
To register, send your name, address and a check for $25
payable to: EE Program.
Mail to: EE Program
D. E. Scott
52 Reservoir Rd.
Sunderland, MA 01375
Your copy of the most recent documentation and your registration
number will be sent to you by return mail.

CONTENTS OF EE11.ZIP
After you unarchive EE11.ZIP. you should check to make sure
that you have recovered the following ten files (and check the
number of bytes in each).
EE.BAT 97
EEMAIN.EXE 75,000
HEADER.EXE 5,680
MENU1.EXE 92,507
MENU2.EXE 111,140
README.DOC 4,190
EENSTAL.EXE 34,048
FILTER.EXE 74.464
MENU3.EXE 103,633
MENU5.EXE 80,370
For those sharp-eyed folks who notice that there is no MENU4.EXE,
rest assured it will appear when you run EE. (It is hidden inside
EEMAIN.)

COPYING POLICY
EE is copyrighted by Donald E. Scott and Steven E. Gordon.
Copying and free circulation of this program is permitted (in fact
it is encouraged) provided this README.DOC is included with any
such copies.
Good luck with EE. We hope you find it useful.
DES & SEG
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