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10 simulation apps for your circuit design

10 Jun 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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One of the more basic circuit design and simulation tools on the net comes from Sparsha Technologies and their DoCircuits app, which is run entirely in your web browser and is completely Cloud-based. This platform is perfect for beginners who want to get their feet wet in design and simulation and hobbyists who need simplicity for their projects. Users can drag and drop components (resistors, diodes, DC power, etc.) to the virtual breadboard and wire it all together with a simple click-to-connect option. When finished, users can then simulate their designs, analyse various parameters and change the layout if needed. DoCircuits comes in three editions with the first (Hobbyist) being free but is limited to 10 components per circuit, 50 simulations per month and only five slots for design saves. The second option ups those to unlimited components, 250 simulations and 50 saves costing $2.99 per month, while Geek provides unlimited everything for $3.99 a month.


Sparsha Technologies' DoCircuits runs completely in a web browser with no software installation necessary. (Source: Sparsha Technologies)

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