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 Using PSpice9.1 or OrCAD16.3 demo to read voltage difference across a single resistor 

Last post Tue, Sep 28 2010 8:36 AM by Liquid Digitz. 0 replies.
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    Using PSpice9.1 or OrCAD16.3 demo to read voltage difference across a single resistor Reply

    Currently in class, the professor and the students are using PSpice 9.1 Student Edition (demo) to create small electronic circuits as an intro to electronics. In some of the circuits we've built in the labs we have been assigned, we have to figure out the voltage difference across specific resistors. To back up our math and the empirical results, we use PSpice/OrCAD to verify, but we are unable to figure out how to use PSpice/OrCAD to probe the voltage difference across specific resistors.

     I have tried inputting voltage markers and voltage difference markers, but have not been able to backup our in class findings. We are looking for help on this as we are stuck with using only the empirical findings to back up the math, and not have another source like PSpice/OrCAD for this portion of our labs.

     Thanks in advanced to any and all that are able to help and reply

    - Clayton Amelia

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