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Qucs (Quite Universal Circuit Simulator)  


JimStokes
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Hi, I've been messing around with Qucs for a couple of days. It seems to work well, but the documentation available (on the Qucs site and through google and youtube searches) isn't great.  I'm wondering how to create a user library.  There are lots of components already available, but some things like a 555 chip are not.  I've found a good example on the internet and can import it, but would like to take just the 555 component and add it to my own user library.   Can anyone tell me how I might do this, or point me to some online instructions somewhere?

 

Thanks, Jim.


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frogandtoad
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Posted by: @jimstokes

Hi, I've been messing around with Qucs for a couple of days. It seems to work well, but the documentation available (on the Qucs site and through google and youtube searches) isn't great.  I'm wondering how to create a user library.  There are lots of components already available, but some things like a 555 chip are not.  I've found a good example on the internet and can import it, but would like to take just the 555 component and add it to my own user library.   Can anyone tell me how I might do this, or point me to some online instructions somewhere?

Thanks, Jim.

Indeed!

I thought about recommending it recently, but the documentation is a big deal, especially for newbies.


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