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Wcalc for Linux 1.1

Wcalc is a tool for the analysis and synthesis of transmission line structures.


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Total downloads: 101
  • Last Updated: Sep 26, 2009
  • License: GPL Free
  • OS: Linux
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Wcalc for Linux is a Home & Education software developed by Dan McMahill. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Wcalc for Linux:

Edit by Brothersoft: Wcalc is a tool for the Analysis and synthesis of Transmission line structures and related components. Wcalc provides the ability to analyze the electrical parameters of a particular structure based on the physical dimensions and material parameters. The synthesis portion calculates the required physical parameters to meet desired electrical specifications. Wcalc includes several models and places an emphasis on accuracy. Several frontends provide the user with several options for its use.

This release contains the following improvements:

Added series/parallel RC Network Calculator.
Added series/parallel RL network calculator.
Added coplanar waveguide models.
Added coupled stripline model.
Added self and mutual inductance of parallel rectangular bars.
Added parallel/series RC equivalent network calculation.
Corrected some bugs in the Q calculation for air core inductors.
Corrected the calculation of incremental conductance for the microstrip model.
Corrected a bug in the calculation of conductor losses in the microstrip model.
Added/enabled code for calculating conductor losses in the coupled microstrip model.
Enabled printing under windows.
Switched to GPL licensing.
you can free download Wcalc for Linux 1.1 now.

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