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Circuit Analysis Toolbox

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Circuit Analysis Toolbox


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The circuit analysis toolbox allows you to perform an AC analysis of a circuit.

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  * Numerical analysis with only Matlab

  * Symbolic analysis by adding the
      Symbolic Math Toolbox

  * Extensive help with the "help" and "doc"

  * Extensive Web browser help with several

  * Independent voltage and current source

  * Resistor, inductor, and capacitor components

  * Current dependent current source,
      voltage dependent current source,
      voltage dependent voltage source

  * Component properties include type,
      designator, value,
      plus tolerance, and
      negative tolerance

  * GUI editing of component properties

  * Any node can be designated as the
      reference (or ground) node

  * Each node carries and "accessible" property
      indicating whether it has measurement

  * Branch currents and node voltage results
      accessed by component designator
      and node name (not vector row number)

  * Bode plots of any branch current or node
      voltage with a single command

  * Monte Carlo analysis with bode plots

  * Perturbation analysis functions

  * With the Symbolic Math Toolbox, writes
      the equations for branch currents and node

Required Products Symbolic Math Toolbox
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.10 (R2010a)
Other requirements The symbolic toolbox is required for symbolic manipulation, no additional toolbox is required for numeric operations
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17 May 2010 Peter Knott

Peter Knott (view profile)

Unfortunately, this toolbox is not compatible to earlier versions of MATLAB because it makes use of a lot of object oriented programming where the syntax has changed.

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28 Apr 2010 Sven Koerner

Sven Koerner (view profile)

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