Excel tunes up your schematic files
This article, by prolific author Kendall Castor-Perry, expands on a previous article and details how to transfer a spreadsheet-based circuit design directly to the LTSpice simulator, and provides some practical information on how to do it. The approach takes advantage of the ASCII formatting used by LTSpice for its .asc schematic files. The article includes both a description of the method and a worked-out example, and also includes links to the author's many previous articles.
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About the author
Kendall Castor-Perry is a Principal Architect at Cypress Semiconductor, doing mixed-signal system analysis and design for the new PSoC platform. He uses decades of experience in analogue engineering, filtering and signal processing to capture signals across many domains, extract the information from them and do something useful with it.
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