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re: Circuit Design and Simulation in your Browser!! Spicy Schematics Web Version
ischematics   2/22/2013 4:54:45 AM
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Ok, so with Spicy Schematics you have everything you need for circuit schematic design and simulation with professional-grade spice, ... but what if you need to do high speed digital simulations, with hundreds of RC networks? How about transmission line calculations that you need to run at the speed of light? TDR anyone? Spicy SWAN is our new professional version of Spicy and uses the power of Digital Wave Network (DWN) DSP techniques using the revolutionary Simulation by Wave ANalysis (SWAN) engine! Check out Spicy SWAN at our website: http://ischematics.com

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re: Circuit Design and Simulation in your Browser!! Spicy Schematics Web Version
ischematics   11/16/2012 5:35:20 PM
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With our October Newsletter we describe Spicy features and what's coming soon! http://ischematics.com/newsWeb.py?NUM=0

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Circuit Design and Simulation in your Browser!! Spicy Schematics Web Version
ischematics   5/16/2012 7:00:21 PM
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There is now a new web version of Spicy Schematics! That's right, circuit schematics and SPICE simulation within your browser! No installs needed, and your circuits are synchronized on any computer you use anywhere! Best of all it is FREE!!! The next version of our popular iPad app will be able to sync with your online account as well, so look out for that! http://ischematics.com Try it out today!



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