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2007\03\13@125410 by alan smith

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Anyone know of a MultiSIM 9 schematic reader? I have a RFQ with those attached.  Never even heard of MultiSIM as a tool.

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2007\03\13@135021 by Mark Scoville

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> Anyone know of a MultiSIM 9 schematic reader? I have a RFQ with
> those attached.  Never even heard of MultiSIM as a tool.
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Nope.. Don't know of a standalone reader. I do know that MultiSim is a
product of Electronics Workbench (EWB). You can probably download an eval
copy of MultiSim that will let you *look" at the files... maybe print too -
but I doubt it.

We use the EWB Ultiboard PCB layout product... Been complaining about bugs
in Ultiboard for years. We stopped upgrading 5 years ago - gonna ride the
version we have until we can't use it anymore, then we'll change vendors.
EWB Tech support and responsiveness SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS - or at least it did
before they were bought out by National Instruments. Maybe things got
better, but I'm not about to give them a 7th or 8th chance. There is a
reason you've never heard of these guys. Sorry guys (and gals)... I'm done
whining now.

-- Mark



2007\03\13@135556 by Andre Abelian

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Alan,

I have multisim 7 it is schematic simulation software I think
older version called workbench. if you use it I am sure you will
like it. I use it for logics. I am not sure if I can open newer
version if you like I can try converting it to PDF if I could open it.

Andre




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Anyone know of a MultiSIM 9 schematic reader? I have a RFQ with those attached.  Never even heard of MultiSIM as a tool.

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2007\03\13@153547 by Bob Barr

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On Tue, 13 Mar 2007 13:49:07 -0500, "Mark Scoville" wrote:

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EWB has been purchased by National Instruments within the past year or
so(?). Their tech support may or may not have improved since that
happened. NI's tech support is usually great.


Regards, Bob

2007\03\13@161020 by Mark Scoville

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> EWB has been purchased by National Instruments within the past year or
> so(?). Their tech support may or may not have improved since that
> happened. NI's tech support is usually great.
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> Regards, Bob

Hi Bob,

The acquisition of EWB by NI was about two years ago (Feb 2005 I think)...
My issues go back to 2001... I gave up on EWB in May of 2004 after
discussions with the EWB CEO Bill Wignall yielded promises, but no actual
fixes to anything. I suspect part of the problem was that they had all (or
most) of their resources working on MultiSim, thereby ignoring UltiBoard.

-- Mark



2007\03\14@023431 by Rikard Bosnjakovic

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On 3/13/07, alan smith <micro_eng2spamKILLspamyahoo.com> wrote:
> Anyone know of a MultiSIM 9 schematic reader? I have a RFQ with those attached.  Never even heard of MultiSIM as a tool.

I own a Multisim 9 licence. If you want, I could convert the
schematics to PDF for you. Just drop me a mail with the file.


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- Rikard.

2007\03\14@052025 by Alan B. Pearce

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>I do know that MultiSim is a product of Electronics Workbench (EWB).
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>EWB Tech support and responsiveness SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS - or at least it
>did before they were bought out by National Instruments. Maybe things
>got better, but I'm not about to give them a 7th or 8th chance. There
>is a reason you've never heard of these guys. Sorry guys (and gals)...
>I'm done whining now.

I was provided with a copy of EWB in about 98 to do some simulations and
found it horrible. I went to use a standard CMOS shift register for which
they provided a simulated part, and it did not work. I ended up replacing it
with a heap of standard flipflops wired as per the datasheet internal
diagram before the circuit would work correctly.

I too was most unimpressed with the package.

2007\03\21@153203 by alan smith

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thanks for the offers....decided to no-bid this one, since im overloaded with work anyway.

Rikard Bosnjakovic <.....rikard.bosnjakovicKILLspamspam.....gmail.com> wrote:  On 3/13/07, alan smith wrote:
> Anyone know of a MultiSIM 9 schematic reader? I have a RFQ with those attached. Never even heard of MultiSIM as a tool.

I own a Multisim 9 licence. If you want, I could convert the
schematics to PDF for you. Just drop me a mail with the file.


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- Rikard.

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