By Kaan Oezer
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Use Volta to design analog circuits. Volta features schematic editing, an expandable component library, SPICE simulation, graph plotting and support for creating sub-circuits.
Create circuits by dragging components from the library window or from the overhead palette strip to the schematic area. Edit the component properties in the inspector. Connect components by dragging connection lines from pin to pin. Capture circuit schematics in SPICE netlist format. Run circuit simulations and view the graphs for AC and transient analyses.
What's New in Version 1.2.4
Fixes library GUI problem on OS X Mavericks.
Fixes a netlist generation problem.
This is great!
Y’all are doing great stuff here. Though, I wish there was a way for us to contribute to the program, like adding components, and having it more of an open-source project. I’m sure the company will make a ton from contributions. Especially giveen the fact that most college students, like myself, would not like to spend $200 or more on a program.
Anyway, this is great, and hopefully this company can decide to change the landscape of this side of the market.
Not bad but missing tubes
Not bad but it NEEDS vacuum tube data. Contrary to popular belief, theyre not extinct. Audio enthusiasts never have software with vacuum tubes available for their schematics.
Works great on 10.9
Thanx for update :) Very nice. Please do not stop adding more components :)