How to use this manual Command structure Standard options Getting help, and the Gnucap How to contribute. This manual page was written by Jon Rabone and maintained by Hamish Moffatt for the Debian package of gnucap. gnucap-ibis – GNU Circuit Analysis Package IBIS translator For the full LaTeX documentation, please see /usr/share/doc/gnucap/manual.
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Click here to toggle editing of individual sections of the page if possible. If you want to discuss contents of this page – this is the easiest way to do it. Various talks and presentations on gEDA provide a good top-level overview of the project for those who are interested: Piecewise linear function SFFM: Using hierarchy in schematics. It links to the original Gnucap manual from http: The Gnucap Gnucp Compiler.
Coupled Mutual Inductors L: Tips and tricks for using PCB. Find out what you can do. Something does not work as expected? Voltage Controlled Voltage Source F: Searching for Parts and marking them on screen in gerbv.
Switcap Symbols and Netlister. Sinusoidal time dependent value TANH: Conversion bnucap for importing other EDA tools’ data. Scripting a gnetlist backend in scheme by John Doty. Add a ground plane to your layout. Create account or Sign in.
Change the name also URL address, possibly the category of the page. Symbol generators for gschem. Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: Watch headings for an “edit” link when available. Contents Introduction What kanual it? Current Controlled Switch X: Independent Voltage Source W: User Tools Log In.
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How to take your design to layout using PCB. Various talks and presentations on gEDA provide a good top-level overview of the project for manusl who are interested:. Polynomial nonlinear transfer function POSY: Frequency Modulation time dependent value SIN: Voltage Controlled Switch T: Questions about how to do electronic design using the gEDA toolset — information which applies to several or all tools in the gEDA Suite.
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