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Mathematica Electrical Engineerig Pack

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  • Subject: [mg13960] Mathematica Electrical Engineerig Pack
  • From: rkundi at (Raoon Kundi)
  • Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 15:06:49 -0400
  • Organization: Manufacturing Technology Center, Texas Instruments, Dallas
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[ Article crossposted from ] [ Author was Raoon Kundi ]
[ Posted on 8 Sep 1998 21:32:40 GMT ]

If you know MATHEMATICA or are planning to learn it in the furture to
solve your Electrical Engineering problems or just use it as an
educational tool.  This is the product for you.

Currently being marketed as "Electrical Engineering Examples" Exactly
same thing though except for the box (confirmed with the makers of
Mathematica 1-800-WOLFRAM at Wolfram Research Inc.).

I paid $195 (same as the current price -- price hasn't dropped!)

Asking $120. (with manuals and box in perfect shape)

Mathematica Engine not included with examples.

Circuit Analysis
  Mesh circuit analysis 
  Nodal circuit analysis 
  Laplace transforms 
  Circuit sensitivity analysis 
  Ideal diode and bipolar transistor models 
  Chaotic behavior in a nonlinear circuit 
  Passive component noise 
  Amplifier noise figure 
  Harmonic distortion 
  Crossover distortion 
  Clipping distortion 
  Resistor selection 
  Y to S parameter conversion 

Transmission Lines
  Symbolic derivation of transmission line parameters 
  Analysis of reflections using animations 
  Suppression of line ringing by lossy lines 
  Matrix techniques for microwave transmission line analysis 
  Dispersion in uniform microstrip lines 
  Smith chart design tools 

Antenna Design
  Antenna field patterns 
  Moment method techniques for antenna analysis 

General Tools
  Bode plots 
  Nyquist plots 
  Nichols plots 
  Root locus plots 
  Reflection coefficient conversion 

Raoon Kundi

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