Princeton Technology PT2399 library/model?

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murrayatuptown
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Princeton Technology PT2399 library/model?

#1 Post by murrayatuptown » 30 Jul 2011, 07:10

Good Morning:

I'm just getting started with this. I have DipTrace 1.23 Freeware installed but never used it, and just finished downloading 2.1 so I don't know if my question is answered by upgrading.

I'm looking for a schematic library or model (?) for a Princeton Technology Corporation (PTC) PT2399 echo processor part. Alternately, if creating my own is the direction I need to pursue, any advice on how to get started on that would be appreciated. I also just downloaded the tutorial today. (Both downloads were initiated while registering for this forum so that's why I haven't read it yet).

Thank you

murray

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Re: Princeton Technology PT2399 library/model?

#2 Post by Alex » 01 Aug 2011, 07:35

Remove version 1.23 and install the latest freeware. Upgrade is absolutely free.
PT2399 isn't available in standard libraries, you can create it yourself. You can find basic info how to do it step-by-step in DipTrace Tutorial.

murrayatuptown
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Re: Princeton Technology PT2399 library/model?

#3 Post by murrayatuptown » 06 Aug 2011, 17:19

Thanks. I did download the most recent version & started reading the tutorial...just have to make time now to get up to speed...

spetar
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Re: Princeton Technology PT2399 library/model?

#4 Post by spetar » 02 Nov 2012, 05:47

version 1.23 i removed and install the freeware but it also has some issue with my system.

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