Rob,

A quich look at the Parallel Systems site shows that the freebie Orchad
"Lite" from them is only for UK distribution (and a few other places), but
does not includ the US.

Following their link to Cadence, yields nothing in terms of Orcad "Lite".

I have looked before for such a demo for Orcad, and not been able to find
one.

Can you offer any other suggestions on how to obtain the demo?

Thanks,

JaMi


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Subject: Re: [PEDA] Orcad Library Importing


>
> If you ask Parallel Systems (www.parallel-systems.co.uk) very nicely they
> might send you a free Orcad "Lite" disc. The Orcad Capture on that is free
> licence and seems to do most things that the full version does.
> Rob
>
>
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>                       Wojciech Oborski
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>                       09-Jul-2003 08:18
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>                       Please respond to
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>
>
>
>
>
> Terry Creer wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> >            Just got a few schematics and a library in Orcad format from
> the
> > Atmel website. The schematics load ok (minus the parts in the .lib
file),
> > but when I try to load the lib file, Protel (99SE) tells me DECOMP.EXE
> must
> > be in the path when trying to imort Orcad libraries. Any ideas where I
> can
> > aquire this DECOMP.EXE?
> >
>
> Terry,
>
> There is an article at Premier EDA Solutions's site "Migrating data from
> OrCAD SDT/386+" that explains all necessary deails:
> http://www.eda.co.uk/download/orcadrev2.pdf
>
> Decomp.exe is OrCad's utility - part of OrCad SDT III/IV package.
> I'm not sure whether it's available as a standalone software.
> It is used to convert OrCad libraries form binary format to ascii.
>
> I still have OrCad IV installed on my computer so I may convert the
> library for you - just send it offline.
>
> Some time ago we moved from OrCad IV to Protel and I converted several
> old projects.
> My experience is that going through OrCad Capture as a "transfer tool"
> produces much better results than importing directly from OrCad SDT.
> The only problem is that you need an access to OrCad Capture.
> I used to have such an access and it was great - it saved me a lot
> of post-import cleaning.
>
> Wojciech Oborski
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