Computer aided design and analysis
Sketoe, James Gilbert
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Descriptions of several digital computer programs for electronic circuit analyses are given. A listing of a special-purpose (Class "C" amplifier design) program is given. Comparisons of several general purpose programs are made. An extensive description of the CADLIB is included. The discussion of the CADLIB points out numerous modifications to the general purpose programs. These modifications include such things as the addition of printer-plots, more accurate algorithms, etc. Also many of the problems encountered in adapting the various programs to the NPGS machine (IBM 360 model 67) are enumerated. Appendicies are included to provide a reference for coding the members of the CADLIB for which no instruction manual was avail- . able. An extensive bibliography on applied computer aided design and the job control language details of how the CADLIB was created are included. In addition two extensive examples using the CADLIB are included.
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