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Keda

   0.1.4  

KDE Business Software

Score 82%
Keda
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Keda
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Link:  http://keda.berlios.de/
Minimum required   KDE 3.x
Downloads:  1225
Submitted:  Jun 1 2007
Updated:  Sep 8 2011

Description:

This is an "Open Source" project, brought to you under the terms of GPL v2.
If you're interrested to help, then go to the homepage, http://keda.berlios.de, and read a little.
The goal of Keda will be, that you can envelope electrical circuits, find appropriate parts, simulate the circuit and find critical parts at different conditions. You have a comfortable output menu and also prototype milling and CNC drilling.
And not to forget the Online Database, which, if you want too, you can extend with your parts too.
This project gets very very huge, so use Keda's
Wiki Discussion for your improvements and ideas or
Open Discussion for general things
at (https://developer.berlios.de/forum/?group_id=8485)
or write just an e-mail to Keda's owner (homepage/top/right hand).
The first version for users will be keda.src-1.0.0




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 open eda

 
 by gollum on: Jun 1 2007
 
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Hy.
As a student in analogical micro electronics, I am using eda about 8 hours a day right now, and the thing I miss most is a outstanding model representation, which alow to just choose, for instance, a MOS process, then you can't add a bipolar transistor.

This would also mean a huge documentation (woops, sory :) about every model integrated right into the eda, I spend to much time wondering what is the bahdwidth of this kind of transistor, which is it's maximum current, and stuffs like that.

On the other hand, I tried Geda, but uterly disliked the gui, althought it seems to be promising in terms of functionality. But here, they are many command line tool you may make good use of.

Ah, I almost forgot : The eda we use is built around spice3v3, we just have a gui to edit shemas of our circuit, and everything else is command line. And men, using spice in command line mode is SOOOOOo pleasent. just about 5 times faster than a sily PSPICE clickclick. But sometimes, it is hard.

So if you plan something like spice in your toolsuit, you may consider a command line box to enter simations commands, surounded by menus to guide you throught this. But going throught menu would just edit the command line one could modify as he likes.

Ough, I think that's all for today :)
Bye, and thanks for your work yet.


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 Re: open eda

 
 by bastl on: Jun 2 2007
 
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1.)
That I think a app. computer is for and can do. But have to be programmed.
2.)
Yes, but that's the work of enveloping circuits and only a good simulation can show you the mistakes you've done on selecting parts. Read "The Program" on Keda's homepage. And if you have such a mistake a good database with a good search is needed for help.
3.)
geda, nothing against it, but that's the reason I started this project. A app should support the user with a compact and user friendly solution. And I like the graphic of KDE and ...
4.)
O.K. to make the connections I also think of to ways: mouse and table or list. And the simulation is done by data of the "Oline Database" automatically you only have to setup the test parameters in a dialog and the surrounding parameters in an other dialog, that can be changed in time.
You just have to think about what to test.

Maybe you want to help on the Keda-Wiki and have a look from time to time.


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 Re: open eda

 
 by bastl on: Jun 2 2007
 
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1.)
That I think a app. computer is for and can do. But have to be programmed.
2.)
Yes, but that's the work of enveloping circuits and only a good simulation can show you the mistakes you've done on selecting parts. Read "The Program" on Keda's homepage. And if you have such a mistake a good database with a good search is needed for help.
3.)
geda, nothing against it, but that's the reason I started this project. A app should support the user with a compact and user friendly solution. And I like the graphic of KDE and ...
4.)
O.K. to make the connections I also think of to ways: mouse and table or list. And the simulation is done by data of the "Oline Database" automatically you only have to setup the test parameters in a dialog and the surrounding parameters in an other dialog, that can be changed in time.
You just have to think about what to test.

Maybe you want to help on the Keda-Wiki and have a look from time to time.


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 Cannot be downloaded

 
 by trisz on: Aug 19 2007
 
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Cannot be downloaded,
Berlios requires autentification before downloading your source file.



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 Re: Cannot be downloaded

 
 by bastl on: Aug 20 2007
 
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O.K. I can't belief, it is anonymous ftp. Sometimes berliOS is under development or heavy access or get updateted and is then not reachable.
I just tested it without being logged in and it works. In such a case I think you can just press return or download one or two hours later.
It's all for free so there is no warranty for.
Pleas tell me all misses may I install a mirror for the latest packages.


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 Question on functionality

 
 by SMI on: Dec 21 2008
 
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Hello, Bastl,

It seems to me your app is great, but I did not understand two questions:

1. What microcontrollers are supported (I mean simulation) ?

2. What about export/import cpabilities ? Can the data from KTechLab and gEDA be imported into KEDA ???

Thanks in advance,
SMI


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