hartnn
  • hartnn
Anyone have some practice in simulating a circuit in PSpice ? I have started to learn PSpice , but i am not able to simulate a circuit.....
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hartnn
  • hartnn
small circuits, yes. but the one i am trying is little big...
hartnn
  • hartnn
@amistre64 , @satellite8 @myininaya @ash2326 @jimthompson anyone tried PSpice before ? or can u tag some1 u know, who have tried it ?
eSpeX
  • eSpeX
A very common error with new users of PSpice is that they do not include a reference node. Make sure you have included a ground in your circuit or it will not work.

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