MI-SUGAR 0.5.8 reviewDownload
MI-SUGAR (pronounced "my sugar") is a lightweight electrical circuit analysis environment which uses the free simulators SPICE and Gnucap.
MI-SUGAR (pronounced "my sugar") is a lightweight electrical circuit analysis environment which uses the free simulators SPICE and Gnucap. You can create analog circuits using the schematic entry tool or the netlist editor, then run the simulation and analyse the results in the graph plotter. MI-SUGAR supports subcircuits with which users can build their own library of elements. I am not developing MI-SUGAR anymore. The source code is available.
Here are some key features of "MISUGAR":
The schematic tool supports scaling and panning, allows unlimited undos, exports to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), and converts the schematic to netlist.
The netlist command lines are colored for better readability.
Custom subcircuits can be created.
Multiple circuits can be simulated at the same time.
Simulation data can be exported to MATLAB or MathML file formats.
The plotter supports logarithmic scaling and zooming.
Added "Fit to View" button, removed "Home" button
Fixed bug, which prevented node number from being seen
Modified executable type to support Macs with Intel processors
Other minor bug fixes and modifications.
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