PSpice is a circuit simulation software package. PSpice is based on SPICE, but unlike
SPICE, PSpice has a user-friendly graphical interface. This makes PSpice much easier
to use for circuit simulation with few circuit elements. If you are looking to simulate
a relatively large circuit, you should probably use SPICE because it is faster and
easier to program circuits that will not fit on one computer screen in PSpice. Also,
there is a limit on the number of nodes, active devices, etc. that one circuit in
the PSpice evaluation version can simulate. For more details on these limitations
see the release notes. SPICE serves as a good alternative in the case that the limits
for the PSpice evaluation software must be exceeded. See our SPICE page for more
information. PSpice (evaluation version) is available on all of the Tiger-Lan computer
in the engineering buildings.
- Download Design Lab Evaluation version 9.1 with PSpice (for students)
- PSpice Student Evaluation version 9.1 Release Notes
- PSpice Student Evaluation version 9.1 Documentation (Adobe Acrobat and Winzip required)
Dr. Chrysanthe Preza, Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a $743,781 National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Award for her research. The Career Award is the most prestigious award junior faculty members can receive from the NSF.