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<big>'''Welcome to LT Wiki!'''</big>
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LTwiki is for [http://ltspice.analog.com/software/LTspiceXVII.exe <b title="click to download LTspice">LTspice</b>], SPICE, and Electronics help.&nbsp;You'll find unique material from beginner's tips to undocumented LTspice features!&nbsp;  This site has no affiliation with the [http://www.analog.com/en/index.html ''Analog Devices''].&nbsp; You are also encouraged to join the [https://groups.io/g/LTspice/topics LTspice Group].  By studying the material on this site and the LTspice group, and contributing as much as possible - then posing well thought out questions to the LTspice group as needed, you will be able to use LTspice to any depth you wish.
  
Please use this wiki to create helpful topics related to LTspice.  For complete information about LTspice, please join the Yahoo group at [http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/LTspice/].  They are a great user group with a vast amount of helpful files and useful tips.  This site has no affiliation with Linear Technology.
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'''Contributors Welcome!''' Just [http://ltwiki.org/index.php5?title=Special:RequestAccount create an account] first.  This prevents anonymous spammers from ruining the wiki.
  
[[Most frequently asked questions for beginners]]
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=== Reference and Documentation Pages ===
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[[Adding a permanent component to LTspice]]<br>
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[[B sources (complete reference)]]<br>
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[[B sources (common examples)]]<br>
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[[Control Panel]]<br>
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[[Convergence problems?]]<br>
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[[LTspice Annotated and Expanded Help*]]<br>
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[[LTspice Genealogy - The Heritage of Simulation Ubiquity]]<br>
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[[LTspice Hot Keys]]<br>
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[[Most frequently asked questions for beginners]]<br>
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[[Simulation Command]]<br>
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[[Transformers]]<br>
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[[Undocumented LTspice]]
  
[[Adding a permanent component to LTspice]]
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=== Examples, Models, Subcircuits, Links & More ===
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[[Adventures with Analog]]<br>
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[http://bordodynov.ltwiki.org/ Bordodynov's Electronics web page]<br>
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[[Components Library and Circuits]]<br>
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[[Filter Pages and LTspice Goodies]]<br>
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[[LTspice Library API]]<br>
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[[LTspice Tools and Applications]]<br>
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[[SPICE and LTspice Courseware and Tutorials]]<br>
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[[SPICE Application Notes and White Papers]]<br>
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[[SPICE Model Links]]<br>
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[[Tutorials relevant to Design and Modelling]]<br>
  
[[B sources (complete reference)]]<br />
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''*based on original '''LTspice Help''' (chm) file &copy; '''Analog Devices / Linear Technology Corporation''' used by permission.''
[[B sources (common examples)]]
 
 
 
[[Components Library]]<br />
 
[[Control Panel]]<br />
 
[[Convergence problems?]]
 
 
 
[[LTspice Hot Keys]]
 
 
 
[[Simulation Command]]
 
 
 
[[SPICE and LTspice Courseware and Tutorials]]<br />
 
[[SPICE Model Links]]<br />
 
[[SPICE Application Notes and White Papers]]
 
 
 
[[Transformers]]
 

Latest revision as of 23:00, 20 November 2019

LTwiki is for LTspice, SPICE, and Electronics help. You'll find unique material from beginner's tips to undocumented LTspice features!  This site has no affiliation with the Analog Devices.  You are also encouraged to join the LTspice Group. By studying the material on this site and the LTspice group, and contributing as much as possible - then posing well thought out questions to the LTspice group as needed, you will be able to use LTspice to any depth you wish.

Contributors Welcome! Just create an account first. This prevents anonymous spammers from ruining the wiki.


Reference and Documentation Pages

Adding a permanent component to LTspice
B sources (complete reference)
B sources (common examples)
Control Panel
Convergence problems?
LTspice Annotated and Expanded Help*
LTspice Genealogy - The Heritage of Simulation Ubiquity
LTspice Hot Keys
Most frequently asked questions for beginners
Simulation Command
Transformers
Undocumented LTspice

Examples, Models, Subcircuits, Links & More

Adventures with Analog
Bordodynov's Electronics web page
Components Library and Circuits
Filter Pages and LTspice Goodies
LTspice Library API
LTspice Tools and Applications
SPICE and LTspice Courseware and Tutorials
SPICE Application Notes and White Papers
SPICE Model Links
Tutorials relevant to Design and Modelling

*based on original LTspice Help (chm) file © Analog Devices / Linear Technology Corporation used by permission.