CoolSpice

CoolSpice, a standalone circuit simulation suite

The CoolSpice package is a sophisticated circuit simulation tool. The package includes a schematics editor with GUI, a plotter, and a text editor for manually editing netlists. CoolSpice uses the open-source software package ngspice. Documentation for CoolSpice can be found in html or in pdf.

CoolSPICE version 3 has just been released!

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Bias points I,V on schematic nodes
Feb 27, 2015 by Dr V B Chandratre

Dear developers,
looks nice, I was looking this simulator for my students (teaching) . I was not able to see if bias point DC (i &V) if they are available on schematic editor ? without this feature its is toy. no serious design learning/teaching can be done. Hope you understand, please take this criticism in positive way. Long ago "SuperSpice" benefited from my comments. Please add signal calculator box if its not there.
keep up you good work , it takes good effort to come here I know.
best,
please don't force rating , as I have not used it fully. please.
V B Chadratre


Oct 06, 2014 by LaiQj

TFT(Thin Film Transistor) is a three pin Device,only have g/s/d pin ,use model mos level =62 ,is a RPI model. could you please add this symbol.
And how to hide the g/s/d/b txt in schematic.


Sep 19, 2014 by danie

This looks very cool could help me a lot understanding electronics on a higher level


4.3 5.0 3 3 Dear developers,looks nice, I was looking this simulator for my students (teaching) . I was not able to see if bias point DC (i &V) if they are available on schematic editor ? w CoolSpice
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