Online Workshop: Advanced Topics in LT Spice for Electrical Engineers
Date: Friday, January 15th, 2016
Time: 8AM - 12PM Pacific Standard Time (PST)
Registration Fee: $100
LTspice is freeware implementing a SPICE simulator of electronic circuits, produced by semiconductor manufacturer Linear Technology. It provides a schematic capture and waveform viewer with enhancements and models to speed the simulation of switching regulators. Circuit simulations based on transient, AC, noise and DC analysis can be plotted as well as Fourier analysis.
Advanced Topics in LT Spice for Electrical Engineers
Online Workshop on Advanced Topics in LT Spice for Electrical Engineers will include:
How to use Relays in LT-Spice; Hysteresis; Soft Switching vs HardSwitching.
How to Migrate from P-Spice to LT-Spice (save thousands of dollars per PSpice License vs Free LT -Spice)
Importing P-Spice Models, Libraries, Sub-Circuits such as MOSFETs, Op Amps, Zeners
How to create Heirarchical Schematics
Who should attend:
Design, application and test engineers who want to do simulation of electrical circuits
FAEs who want to validate their circuit requirements
BS, MS and PhD students who want to learn industry oriented LT Spice simulations
Familiarity with LT-Spice and/or
Have attended the LT-Spice Quick Start Webinar
Gopalakrishnan Subramaniam received post graduate degrees in Power Electronics from Duke University, North Carolina and MS in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York. He worked as a senior member of engineering staff at Lockheed Martin where he designed DC-DC Converters, Linear Regulators and modeled the architecture of Radar Power Systems using LT-Spice. His power electronics experience also includes analog circuit design, feedback Loop Analysis in Time and Frequency domain for Linear and Switch Mode DC Regulator.
For last several years Gopalakrishnan has trained LT Spice to power engineers with varied levels of experience. His tutorials have received excellent referrals from his students.