September 23, 2022
Strictly speaking, circuits are not designed by software; the design comes from your brain. Once you have a design mentally worked out and drawn by drafting software or by pencil and paper, modelling software such as Circuit Lab is invaluable for testing it and verifying that it works as expected. For the "brain" portion think through precisely and exactly what you want to do, partition it into the simplest possible building blocks then chase through text books and component data sheets to decide what components might be useful and appropriate and how to connect them. If you intend to get into this stuff seriously there isn't much choice but to look for a course in electrical technology.
September 27, 2022
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