Automate LTspice Circuit Simulation Using Python Scripting. Ltspice is a powerful circuit simulation software package that can be used to analyze and design electronic circuits. However, manual analysis and design of circuits can be time-consuming and error-prone. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use Python scripting to automate the Ltspice circuit simulation process. By using Python scripting, you can create custom scripts that automatically analyze and design circuits using Ltspice. This tutorial is designed for beginners who are new to Python scripting and Ltspice.
Ltspice is a popular open-source circuit simulator that can be programmed in Python. Scripting allows for automated circuit simulation, which can be useful for testing and debugging circuits.
To begin, you will need to install the Ltspice software package on your computer. Once installed, you can launch the software by clicking on the “File” menu and selecting “New…” from the list of options. In the “New…” dialog box, select the “Circuit” template and click on the “Create” button.
- Automate LTspice simulation
- Use Python programming to create LTspice circuit files
- Able to run an unlimited number of simulation cases just by one click
- Create the raw data from LTspice using Python
- Import LTspice .raw data to the world of Python
- Plot the data in Python IDE
- Read measurement from LTspice log files into Python
- Save plotted figures as image files
Automate LTspice Circuit Simulation Using Python Scripting Course Requirements
- Basics of SPICE circuit simulation (LTspice preferable)
- Basics of programming experience (Python preferable)
- A windows OS PC with LTspice XVII installed
- A windows OS PC with Python IDE (e.g., Anaconda and Spyder)
- Sorry this course is NOT prepared in macOS
Automate LTspice Circuit Simulation Using Python Scripting Course Description
07/19/2020: Course material “Material v1.16 (2020-07-19).zip” is uploaded: “ltspy3meas” module is updated to fix a bug in reading the measurement name list
06/28/2020: Course material “Material v1.15 (2020-06-28).zip” is uploaded: New Section “Sec5-6 Spyder graphics backend setting”.
06/15/2020: Course material “Material v1.14 (2020-06-15).zip” is uploaded: “ltspy3meas” has been updated to import .step measurement.
06/10/2020: Course material “Material v1.13 (2020-06-10).zip” is uploaded. The output solution waveforms of the 2nd order LPF project are corrected.
05/05/2020: Note that 1080p video is NOW available. Just go to video “settings” and enable the “Auto option”. Then 1080p streaming will become possible for you!
05/06/2020: the pdf of “Sec5-2 Intro to Matplotlib” is updated on page 3 to avoid some potential bugs.
05/05/2020: The Matlab file name for Sec3-3 Bode Plot is changed to “BodePlot_Matlab.m”
04/19/2020: A bug is fixed in “ltspy3meas” for Section 6 Lecture 32: Read Measurement data in log file
- A detailed step-by-step tutorial about how to automate LTspice circuit simulation using Python scripting
- LTspice is the #1 SPICE simulation tools that is free, robust and fast. But it requires a lot of human efforts to run manually.
- Python can automate LTspice for you!
- Python is so easy to learn that is prefect for electrical engineers
- Python can unleash the full potential of LTspice
- Python can save you time and money from tedious and time-consuming LTspice simulation
- Read raw data into Python and plot it as figures
- Python opens the door for you to the world of data science
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is interested in both LTspice and Python
- Electrical engineers who have been curious about the Python language
- Extend the LTspice simulation capability
- Anyone who wants to avoid repetitive and tedious workload in LTspice simulation
- Impress at work and boost the career
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