PSTricks pst-circ

PSTricks
pst-circ
A PSTricks package for drawing electric circuits; v.2.14
August 21, 2016
Mixer
BPF
IF Amp
Detector
0.5 GHZ
Ferrite
Switch
Isolator
Amp
Isolator
LO
Output
for processing
Hot and Cold
loads for calibration
Package author(s):
Herbert Voß
Contents
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Contents
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The basic system
1.1
Parameters . .
1.2
Macros . . . .
1.3
Parameters . .
1.4
Special objects
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Modified default symbols
26
2.1
Dipole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Examples
28
Microwave symbols
4.1
New monopole components . . . . .
4.2
New monopole macro-components .
4.3
New dipole macro-components . . .
4.4
New tripole macro-components . .
4.5
New quadripole macro-components
4.6
Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flip
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
Flops – logical elements
The Options . . . . . . . .
Basic Logical Circuits . .
RS Flip Flop . . . . . . .
D Flip Flop . . . . . . . .
JK Flip Flop . . . . . . . .
Other Options . . . . . .
The Node Names . . . . .
Examples . . . . . . . . .
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Logical circuits in american style
58
6.1
Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
7
Relay Ladder Logic
79
7.1
Examples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
8
Adding new components
82
9
List of all optional arguments for pst-circ
84
References
95
Contents
The package pst-circ is a collection of graphical elements based on PStricks
that can be used to facilitate display of electronic circuit elements. For example, an equivalent circuit of a voltage source, its source impedance, and a
connected load can easily be constructed along with arrows indicating current flow and potential differences. The emphasis is upon the circuit elements and the details of the exact placement are hidden as much as possible
so the author can focus on the circuitry without the distraction of sorting out
the underlying vector graphics.
pst-circ loads by default the following packages: pst-node, multido,
pst-xkey, and, of course pstricks. All should be already part of your local TEX installation. If not, or in case of having older versions, go to http://
www.CTAN.org/ and load the newest version.
Thanks to:
Rafal Bartczuk, Christoph Bersch, François Boone, Vincent Breton,
Jean-Côme Charpentier, Patrick Drechsler, Amit Finkler, Felix Gottwald,
Markus Graube, Henning Heinze, Christophe Jorssen, Bernd Landwehr,
Michael Lauterbach, Manuel Luque, Steven P. McPherson, Patrice Mégret,
Ted Pavlic, Alan Ristow, Uwe Siart, Carlos Marcelo de Oliveira Stein,
Pierre Vivegnis, Douglas Waud, Richard Weissnar, and Felix Wienker.
3
1 The basic system
4
1 The basic system
1.1 Parameters
There are specific parameters defined to change easily the behaviour of the pst-circ
objects you are drawing. You’ll find a list in Section 9 on p. 84.
1.2 Macros
Dipole macros
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\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=true](3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\resistor(A)(B){$R$}
\end{pspicture}
R
1
0
0
1
2
3
2
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=true](3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\RFLine(A)(B){R}
\end{pspicture}
R
1
0
0
1
2
3
2
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=true](3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\capacitor(A)(B){$C$}
\end{pspicture}
C
1
0
0
1
2
3
E
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\battery(A)(B){$E$}
\end{pspicture}
L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\coil(A)(B){$L$}
\end{pspicture}
E
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Ucc[dipolestyle=normal](A)(B){$E$}
\end{pspicture}
E
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Ucc[dipolestyle=diamond](A)(B){$E$}
\end{pspicture}
1.2 Macros
5
E
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Ucc[dipolestyle=normalCei](A)(B){$E$}
\end{pspicture}
E
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Ucc[dipolestyle=diamondCei](A)(B){$E$}
\end{pspicture}
η
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Icc[dipolestyle=normal](A)(B){$\eta$}
\end{pspicture}
η
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Icc[dipolestyle=twoCircles](A)(B){$\eta$}
\end{pspicture}
η
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Icc[dipolestyle=diamond](A)(B){$\eta$}
\end{pspicture}
K
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\switch(A)(B){$K$}
\end{pspicture}
K
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\switch[dipolestyle=close](A)(B){$K$}
\end{pspicture}
K
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\arrowswitch(A)(B){$K$}
\end{pspicture}
K
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\arrowswitch[dipolestyle=close](A)(B){$K$}
\end{pspicture}
1.2 Macros
6
D
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\diode(A)(B){$D$}
\end{pspicture}
D
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Zener(A)(B){$D$}
\end{pspicture}
L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\lamp(A)(B){$\mathcal L$}
\end{pspicture}
G
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\circledipole(A)(B){$\mathcal G$}
\end{pspicture}
A
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\circledipole[labeloffset=0](A)(B){\Large\textbf{A}}
\end{pspicture}
D
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\LED(A)(B){$\mathcal D$}
\end{pspicture}
S
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\SQUID(A)(B){S}
\end{pspicture}
RelayNOP
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(3,0){B}%Relay normally open
\RelayNOP[labeloffset=1.6](A)(B){RelayNOP}
\end{pspicture}
1.2 Macros
7
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}% Suppressor (Diode)
\Suppressor[labeloffset=0.5](A)(B){Supressor}
\end{pspicture}
Supressor
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
% Arrestor (Lightning protection)
\Arrestor(A)(B){Arrestor}
\end{pspicture}
Arrestor
Cell
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\cell[labeloffset=1cm](A)(B){Cell}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\igbt[labeloffset=0.7cm, IGBTinvert=false](A)(B){IGBT}
\end{pspicture}
IGBT
b
b
Tripole macros
Obviously, tripoles are not node connections. So pst-circ tries its best to adjust the
position of the tripole regarding the three nodes. Internally, the connections are done by
the \ncangle pst-node macro. However, the auto-positionning and the auto-connections
are not always well chosen, so don’t try to use tripole macros in strange situations!
∞
\begin{pspicture}(5,2)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,2){B}(5,1){C}
\OA(B)(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
∞
\begin{pspicture}(5,2)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,2){B}(5,1){C}
\OA[OApower=true](B)(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
∞
\begin{pspicture}(5,2)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,2){B}(5,1){C}
\GM[GMperfect=true](B)(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
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+
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+
1.2 Macros
8
\begin{pspicture}(5,2)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,2){B}(5,1){C}
\GM[GMpower=true](B)(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
−
+
There are 5 types of transistors included : NPN, PNP, FET, NMOS and PMOS. It’s the
macro \transistortype that determines which transistor will be drawn.
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(3,1){B}(3,3){C}
\transistor(A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(3,1){B}(3,3){C}
\transistor[basesep=1cm, transistortype=FET](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(3,1){B}(3,3){C}
\transistor[basesep=1cm, transistortype=NMOS,
transistorcircle=false](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnodes(3,2){A}(0,1){B}(0,3){C}
\transistor[TRot=180](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
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1.2 Macros
9
5
4
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=true](5,5)
\pnode(1,3){b}
\transistor[TRot=90](b){emitter}{collector}
\transistor[TRot=45](4,4){emitter}{collector}
\transistor[TRot=180](1,1){emitter}{collector}
\transistor[TRot=180,transistorinvert=true]%
(4,1){emitter}{collector}
\end{pspicture}
3
2
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1
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0
0
1
2
3
4
5
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(3,1){B}(3,3){C}
\transistor[transistortype=PNP](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,1.5){A}(5,0){B}(5,3){C}
\transistor[basesep=2cm,arrows=o-o](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnode(0,2){A}\pnode(3,0.5){B}
\pnode(3,3.5){C}
\transistor[transistoriemitter=true,
basesep=1cm](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnode(0,2){A}\pnode(3,1){B}
\pnode(3,3){C}
\transistor[transistorinvert,
basesep=1cm](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
1.2 Macros
10
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnode(0,1.5){A}\psset{linewidth=1pt}
\transistor[transistortype=PNP,basesep=2cm,
arrows=o-o](A){Emitter}{Collector}
\psline{o-}(5,3)(3,3)(3,3|Collector)(Collector)
\psline{o-}(5,0)(3,0)(3,3|Emitter)(Emitter)
\psline{o-}(A)([nodesep=2]A)
\end{pspicture}
K
\begin{pspicture}(5,2)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(5,2){B}(0,0){C}
\Tswitch(A)(B)(C){$K$}
\end{pspicture}
P
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}(3,2.25){C}
\potentiometer[labeloffset=0pt](A)(B)(C){$P$}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,4)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(3,1){B}(3,3){C}
\transistor[basesep=1cm, transistortype=FET,
FETchanneltype=P](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
1.2 Macros
11
\psset{mathlabel}
\def\pcTran(#1)(#2){\psline(#1)(#2|#1)(#2)}% only 2 segements
\psset{circedge=\pcTran,connectingdot=false}
\begin{pspicture}(10,10)
\pnodes(1,1){G1}(6,1){G2}(7.5,1){G3}
\newground[arrows=o](G1)\newground(G2)\newground(G3)
\pnodes(1,3){D1u}(7,3){T1B}(0,3){IB}(4,4){T2B}
\newdiode(G1)(D1u){D1}\qdisk(D1u){2pt}
\transistor[TRot=270,arrows=-o](T2B)(IB)(T1B)
\pnode(8,7){O1}%junction to out
\transistor(T1B)(G3)(O1)
\pnodes(1,6){D2u}(1,4){G4}
\newground(G4)
\newdiode(G4)(D2u){D2}\qdisk(D2u){2pt}
\pnodes(2.5,7){T4B}(0,6){IA}(5.5,5){T3B}(6,7){R3d}
\transistor[TRot=270,arrows=-o](T4B)(IA)(T3B)\uput[90](IA){$\mathtt{A}$}
\transistor(T3B)(G2)(R3d)\uput[90](IB){$\mathtt{B}$}
\pnodes(2.5,10){VCC1}(4,10){VCC2}(6,10){VCC3}
\resistor[arrows=o-](VCC1)(T4B){4{,}7k\Omega}
\resistor[arrows=o-](VCC2)(T2B){4{,}7k\Omega}
\resistor[arrows=o-](VCC3)(R3d){100\Omega}
\wire[arrows=*-o](R3d)(O1)
\uput[90](O1){$\mathtt{OUT}$} \qdisk(7.5,7){2pt}
\end{pspicture}
4,7kΩ
100Ω
4,7kΩ
A
D2
B
D1
OUT
1.2 Macros
12
Quadrupole macros
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,2.5){A}(0,0.5){B}%
(4,2.5){C}(4,0.5){D}
\quadripole(A)(B)(C)(D){Text}
\end{pspicture}
Text
\begin{pspicture}(5,5)
\pnodes(0,5){A}(0,0){B}%
(5,5){C}(5,0){D}
\transformer(A)(B)(C)(D){$\mathcal T$}
\end{pspicture}
T
T
T
OC
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\newtransformer(A)(B){$\mathcal T$}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,3){A}(0,0){B}%
(5,3){C}(5,0){D}
\newtransformerquad(A)(B)(C)(D)%
{$\mathcal T$}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,2.5){A}(0,0.5){B}%
(4,2.5){C}(4,0.5){D}
\optoCoupler(A)(B)(C)(D){$OC$}
\end{pspicture}
1.2 Macros
13
Multidipole
\multidipole is a macro that allows multiple dipoles to be drawn between two specified
nodes. \multidipole takes as many arguments as you want. Note the dot that is after
the last dipole.
D
\begin{pspicture}(7,7)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(7,7){B}
\multidipole(A)(B)\resistor{$R$}%
\capacitor[linecolor=red]{$C$}%
\diode{$D$}{}.
\end{pspicture}
C
R
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Important: for the time being, \multidipole takes optional arguments but does not
restore original values. We recommand not using it.
Wire
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}\wire(A)(B)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(3,0){B}\wire[arrows=o-*](A)(B)
\end{pspicture}
Potential
u
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\tension(A)(B){$u$}
\end{pspicture}
1.3 Parameters
14
ground
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0.5,1){A}(1,1){B}(2.5,1){C}
\ground(A)
\ground{135}(B)
\ground[linecolor=blue]{180}(C)
\end{pspicture}
Open dipol and open tripol
≈
+−
\def\Wave{\psscalebox{3}{$\approx$}}
\def\PM{\psscalebox{2}{$+\,\,-$}}
\begin{pspicture}(4,3)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(2,3){B}(4,3){C}(4,0){D}
\OpenDipol[radius=3pt,labelangle=:U,
labeloffset=-0.5](A)(B){\Wave}
\OpenDipol[radius=3pt,labelangle=:U](B)(C){\PM}
\OpenTripol(A)(D){}
\end{pspicture}
1.3 Parameters
Label parameters
R
R
R
\begin{pspicture}(3,1)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[labeloffset=0](A)(B){$R$}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(3,2){B}
\resistor[labelangle=:U](A)(B){$R$}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(3,2){B}
\resistor[labelangle=0](A)(B){$R$}
\end{pspicture}
1.3 Parameters
15
n1
n2
\begin{pspicture}(5,5)
\pnodes(0,5){A}(0,0){B}(5,5){C}(5,0){D}
\transformer[primarylabel=$n_1$,
secondarylabel=$n_2$](A)(B)(C)(D){$\mathcal T$}
\end{pspicture}
T
V
=
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V
V
\begin{pspicture}(3,4.5)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\Ucc[labelInside=1](A)(B){$V$}
\pnodes(0,2){A}(3,2){B}
\Ucc[labelInside=2](A)(B){$V$}
\pnodes(0,3.5){A}(3,3.5){B}
\Ucc[labelInside=3](A)(B){$V$}
\end{pspicture}
Current intensity and electrical potential parameters
If the intensity parameter is set to true, an arrow is drawn on the wire connecting one
of the nodes to the dipole. If the tension parameter is set to true, an arrow is drawn
parallel to the dipole.
The way those arrows are drawn is set by dipoleconvention and directconvention
parameters. dipoleconvention can take two values : generator or receptor. directconvention
is a boolean.
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[intensity,tension](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
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−
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[intensity,tension,tensionstyle=pm](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[intensity,tension,dipoleconvention=generator](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
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\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[intensity,tension,directconvention=false](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[intensity,tension,
dipoleconvention=generator,directconvention=false](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
If intensitylabel is set to an non empty argument, then intensity is automatically
set to true. If tensionlabel is set to an non empty argument, then tension is automatically set to true.
u
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[intensitylabel=$i$,tensionlabel=$u$](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
i
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1.5){A}(3,1.5){B}
\resistor[intensitylabel=$i$,intensitylabeloffset=-0.5,
tensionlabel=$u$,tensionlabeloffset=-1.2,
tensionoffset=-1](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
i
u
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor[intensitylabel=$i$,intensitywidth=3\pslinewidth,
intensitycolor=red,intensitylabelcolor=yellow,
tensionlabel=$u$,tensionwidth=2\pslinewidth,
tensioncolor=green,tensionlabelcolor=blue](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
u
i
Some specific intensity parameters are available for tripoles and quadrupoles.
i−
−
∞
i+
io
+
iC
iB
iE
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,3){B}(5,1.5){C}
\OA[OAipluslabel=$i_+$,
OAiminuslabel=$i_-$,
OAioutlabel=$i_o$](B)(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,1.5){A}(5,0){B}(5,3){C}
\transistor[basesep=2cm,transistoribaselabel=$i_B$,
transistoricollectorlabel=$i_C$,
transistoriemitterlabel=$i_E$](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
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i1
i2
T
\begin{pspicture}(5,5)
\pnodes(0,5){A}(0,0){B}(5,5){C}(5,0){D}
\transformer[transformeriprimarylabel=$i_1$,
transformerisecondarylabel=$i_2$]%
(A)(B)(C)(D){$\mathcal T$}
\end{pspicture}
Parallel parameters
If the parallel parameter is set to true, the dipole is drawn parallel to the line connecting the nodes.
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor(A)(B){}
\resistor[parallel](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor(A)(B){}
\resistor[parallel,parallelsep=.5](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor(A)(B){}
\resistor[parallel,parallelsep=.3,
parallelarm=2](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,.5){A}(3,.5){B}
\resistor(A)(B){}
\resistor[parallel,parallelsep=.3,
parallelarm=2,parallelnode](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
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D
L
\begin{pspicture}(8,8)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(8,8){B}
\multidipole(A)(B)\resistor{$R$}%
\capacitor[linecolor=red]{$C$}%
\coil[parallel,parallelsep=.1]{$L$}
%
\diode{$D$}.
\end{pspicture}
C
R
Note: When used with \multidipole, the parallel parameter must not be set for the
first dipole.
Wire intersections
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(3,3){B}(0,3){C}(3,0){D}
\wire(A)(B)
\wire[intersect,intersectA=A,intersectB=B](C)(D)
\end{pspicture}
Wire intersect parameters work also with \multidipole.
R
\begin{pspicture}(7,7)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(6,6){B}(0,6){C}(6,0){D}
\wire(A)(B)
\multidipole(C)(D)\resistor{$R$}%
\wire[intersect,intersectA=A,intersectB=B]%
\capacitor{$C$}.
\end{pspicture}
C
1.3 Parameters
19
Dipole style parameters
I
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\Icc[dipolestyle=twoCircles](A)(B){$I$}
\end{pspicture}
R
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\resistor[dipolestyle=zigzag](A)(B){$R$}
\end{pspicture}
U
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\resistor[dipolestyle=varistor](A)(B){U}
\end{pspicture}
C
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\capacitor[dipolestyle=chemical](A)(B){$C$}
\end{pspicture}
C
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\capacitor[dipolestyle=elektor](A)(B){$C$}
\end{pspicture}
C
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\capacitor[dipolestyle=elektorchemical](A)(B){$C$}
\end{pspicture}
Q
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\capacitor[dipolestyle=crystal](A)(B){$Q$}
\end{pspicture}
L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\coil[dipolestyle=rectangle](A)(B){$L$}
\end{pspicture}
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L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\coil[dipolestyle=curved](A)(B){$L$}
\end{pspicture}
L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\coil[dipolestyle=elektor](A)(B){$L$}
\end{pspicture}
L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\coil[dipolestyle=elektorcurved](A)(B){$L$}
\end{pspicture}
T
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\diode[dipolestyle=thyristor](A)(B){$T$}
\end{pspicture}
T
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\diode[dipolestyle=GTO](A)(B){$T$}
\end{pspicture}
T
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\diode[dipolestyle=triac](A)(B){$T$}
\end{pspicture}
T
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\diode[dipolestyle=schottky](A)(B){$T$}
\end{pspicture}
R
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\resistor[variable](A)(B){$R$}
\end{pspicture}
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C
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\capacitor[variable](A)(B){$C$}
\end{pspicture}
L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\coil[variable](A)(B){$L$}
\end{pspicture}
U
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\battery[variable](A)(B){$U$}
\end{pspicture}
L
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\coil[dipolestyle=elektor,variable](A)(B){$L$}
\end{pspicture}
In the following example the parameter dipolestyle is used for a tripole and quadrupole,
because the coils are drawn as rectangles and the resistor as a zigzag.
P
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(3,3){B}(3,1.5){C}
\potentiometer[dipolestyle=zigzag,%
labelangle=:U](A)(B)(C){$P$}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(4,4)
\pnodes(0,4){A}(0,0){B}(4,4){C}(4,0){D}
\transformer[dipolestyle=rectangle](A)(B)(C)(D){$\mathcal T
$}
\end{pspicture}
T
Tripole style parameters
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22
K
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(5,2){B}(0,0){C}
\Tswitch[tripolestyle=left](A)(B)(C){$K$}
\end{pspicture}
K
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,2){A}(5,2){B}(0,0){C}
\Tswitch[tripolestyle=right](A)(B)(C){$K$}
\end{pspicture}
−
∞
+
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,3){A}(0,0){B}(5,1.5){C}
\OA[tripolestyle=french](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
Tripoles
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
1.3 Parameters
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10
9
8
7
b
b
6
5
b
WR
b
b
WR
b
b
b
WR
b
b
b
4
3
2b
b
WR
b
1
0
5
b
0
4
1
R
b
S
b
1
T
b
0
N
b
b
2
b
3
4
5
6
7
8
b
U
b
V
WT
b
W
b
b
N
WR
9
10
8
9
3
WS
b
2
b
b
b
-1
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
10
Other Parameters
+
∞
−
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,3){B}(5,1.5){C}
\OA[OAinvert=false](B)(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
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−
+
24
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,3){B}(5,1.5){C}
\OA[OAperfect=false](B)(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnodes(0,1.5){A}(5,0){B}(5,3){C}
\transistor[basesep=2cm,%
transistorinvert,transistorcircle=false](A)(B)(C)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnode(0,1.5){A}\psset{linewidth=1pt}
\transistor[basesep=2cm,arrows=o-o,
transistortype=FET](A){Emitter}{Collector}
\psline{o-}(5,3)(3,3)(3,3|Collector)(Collector)
\psline{o-}(5,0)(3,0)(3,3|Emitter)(Emitter)
\psline{o-}(A)([nodesep=2]A)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\pnode(0,1.5){A}\psset{linewidth=1pt}
\transistor[basesep=2cm,arrows=o-o,
transistortype=FET,
FETchanneltype=P](A){Emitter}{Collector}
\psline{o-}(5,3)(3,3)(3,3|Collector)(Collector)
\psline{o-}(5,0)(3,0)(3,3|Emitter)(Emitter)
\psline{o-}(A)([nodesep=2]A)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(5,3)
\transistor[basesep=2cm,transistortype=FET,
FETmemory=true](0,1.5)(5,0)(5,3)
\end{pspicture}
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1.4 Special objects
\dashpot
Viscoelasticity
Kelvin-Voigt
Maxwell
elasticity
(Hookean solid)
viscosity
(Newtonian fluid)
\newcommand *\pswall[3]{% ll ur lr
\psframe[linecolor=white,fillstyle=hlines,hatchcolor=black](#1)(#2)% (ll)(ur)
\psline[linecolor=black](#1)(#3)}
\begin{pspicture}(0.5,1)(8,10)
\rput(3,9.5){\sffamily \textbf{Viscoelasticity}}
% Kelvin-Voigt model (spring and dashpot parallel): ===========
\rput[c](1.75,8.85){\sffamily Kelvin-Voigt}
\pswall{1,8}{2.5,8.5}{2.5,8}% top
\psline(1.75,8)(1.75,7)% top vertical line
% node definitions:
\pnodes(1,7){ul1}(2.5,7){ur1}(1,3){ll1}(2.5,3){lr1}%
\psline(ul1)(ur1)% top line
\psline(ll1)(lr1)% bottom line
\resistor[dipolestyle=zigzag,linewidth=0.5pt](ul1)(ll1){}% spring
\dashpot[linewidth=0.5pt](ur1)(lr1){}% dashpot
\psline[arrowscale=3]{->}(1.75,3)(1.75,2)% force
% Maxwell model (spring and dashpot serial): ==================
\rput[c](4.5,8.85){\sffamily Maxwell}
\pswall{4,8}{5,8.5}{5,8}% top
\pnodes(4.5,8){t}(4.5,4){b}% node definitions
\resistor[dipolestyle=zigzag,linewidth=0.5pt,labeloffset=1.8](t)(b)% spring
{\sffamily\small\begin{tabular}{c}\textbf{elasticity}\\(Hookean solid)\end{tabular}}%
end spring
\dashpot[linewidth=0.5pt,labeloffset=1.8](4.5,5)(4.5,3)% dashpot
{\sffamily\small\begin{tabular}{c}\textbf{viscosity}\\(Newtonian fluid)\end{tabular}
}% end dashpot
\psline[arrowscale=3]{->}(4.5,3)(4.5,2)% force
\end{pspicture}
2 Modified default symbols
2 Modified default symbols
2.1 Dipole
New Diode
D1
D2
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,4)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}(0,3){C}(3,3){D}
\newdiode(C)(D){$D_1$}
\newdiode[ison=false](A)(B){$D_2$}
\end{pspicture}
New Zener
D1
D2
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,4)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}(0,3){C}(3,3){D}
\newZener(C)(D){$D_1$}
\newZener[ison=false](A)(B){$D_2$}
\end{pspicture}
New LED
D1
D2
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,4)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}(0,3){C}(3,3){D}
\newLED(C)(D){$D_1$}
\newLED[ison=false](A)(B){$D_2$}
\end{pspicture}
New Ideal Switch
S1
S2
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,4)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}(0,3){C}(3,3){D}
\newSwitch(C)(D){$S_1$}
\newSwitch[ison=false](A)(B){$S_2$}
\end{pspicture}
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2.1 Dipole
27
New Capacitor
C1
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\newcapacitor(A)(B){$C_1$}
\end{pspicture}
New Armature (motor or generator)
MCC
M
GCC
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,4)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}(0,3){C}(3,3){D}
\newarmature[labelInside=1](C)(D){$M_{CC}$}
\newarmature[labelInside=2](A)(B){$G_{CC}$}
\end{pspicture}
G
V DC
VDC
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\vdc(A)(B){$V_{DC}$}
\end{pspicture}
VAC
\begin{pspicture}[showgrid=false](3,2)
\pnodes(0,1){A}(3,1){B}
\vac(A)(B){$V_{AC}$}
\end{pspicture}
V AC
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3 Examples
uR
i
K
R
E
C
\begin{pspicture}(-1.5,-1)(6,5)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(0,3){B}(4.5,3){C}(4.5,0){D}
\Ucc[tension,dipoleconvention=generator](A)(B){$E$}
\multidipole(B)(C)%
\switch[intensitylabel=$i$]{$K$}%
\resistor[labeloffset=0,tensionlabel=$u_R$]{$R$}.
\capacitor[tensionlabel={$u_C$},tensionlabeloffset=-1.2,
tensionoffset=-1,directconvention=false](D)(C){$C$}
\wire(A)(D)
\ground(D)
\end{pspicture}
uC
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R1
C
R2
−
∞
ǫ
+
uE
uS
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(7,8)
\pnodes(0.5,1){A}(3.5,1){B}(6.5,1){C}(0.5,4){D}(3.5,4){Minus}
(3.5,3){Plus}(6.5,5){S}(3.5,5){E}
\resistor(D)(Minus){$R_2$}
\capacitor(E)(S){$C$}
\resistor[parallel,parallelarm=2](E)(S){$R_1$}
\OA[intensity](Minus)(Plus)(S)
\wire(Minus)(E)
\wire(Plus)(B)
\tension(A)(D){$u_E$}
\makeatletter % (special tricks see below)
\tension(C)([email protected]@){$u_S$}
\tension[linecolor=blue]([email protected]@)([email protected]@){$\epsilon$}
\makeatother
\ground(A) \ground(B) \ground(C)
\end{pspicture}
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R
E
L
\begin{pspicture}(-1,0)(7,8)
\pnodes(1,1){A}(1,7){B}(3,1){C}(3,7){D}
\Ucc[tensionlabel=$E$](A)(B){}
\resistor(B)(D){$R$}
\coil(D)(C){$L$}
\capacitor[parallel,parallelarm=2.5](D)(C){$C$}
\wire(A)(C)
\end{pspicture}
C
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i
Ma,K
iW
u=
u
CB
p
X
p
Na,K
qU
pU
iW = Xq U
% \usepackage{amsmath} % example by Markus Graube
\begin{pspicture}(0,.5)(13,4)
\pnodes(1,1){I_U}(1,3){I_O}(2.5,1){C}(2.5,3){D}(4,1){K_LU}(4,3){K_LO}(7,1){K_RU}%
(7,3){K_RO}(9,3){E}(7.3,3){K_RO1}(7.3,1){K_RU1}(11,3){F}(12,1){O_U}(12,3){O_O}
\tension[labeloffset=-0.5](I_O)(I_U){$\underline{u}$}
\wire[arrows=o-](I_U)(C)
\wire[intensitylabel=$\underline{i}$, arrows=o-](I_O)(D)
\capacitor[labeloffset=.9](C)(D){$C_B$}
\qdisk(C){2pt} \qdisk(D){2pt}
\wire(C)(K_LU)
\wire[intensitylabel=$\underline{i}_W$](D)(K_LO)
\quadripole(K_LO)(K_LU)(K_RO)(K_RU){\parbox{3cm}{%
\begin{align*}
\underline{u} &= \frac{\underline{p}}{X} \\[2ex]
\underline{i}_W &= X \underline{q}_U
\end{align*}}}
\wire(K_RO)(K_RO1)
\tension[labeloffset=0.5](K_RO1)(K_RU1){$\underline{p}$}
\coil[dipolestyle=rectangle](K_RO)(E){$M_{a,K}$}
\capacitor(E)(F){$N_{a,K}$}
\wire[intensitylabel=$\underline{q}_U$,arrows=-o](F)(O_O)
\wire[arrows=-o](K_RU)(O_U)
\tension[labeloffset=0.5](O_O)(O_U){$\underline{p}_U$}
\end{pspicture}
i′
i
L′
L
C
\begin{pspicture}(-0.25,-0.25)(6,6)
\pnodes(0,3){A}(3,3){B}(6,3){C}
% Dipole node connections
\coil[intensitylabel=$i$](A)(B){$L$}
\coil[intensitylabel=$i’$,
intensitycolor=green,%
parallel,parallelarm=2](B)(C){$L’$}
\capacitor[parallel,parallelarm=-2](
B)(C){$C$}
\end{pspicture}
3 Examples
R1′
R1
R2′
R2
R3
R3′
\begin{pspicture}(6,6)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(6,0){B}(0.3,4){Cprime}(5.7,4){Dprime}(2.5,4){Gprime}%
(2.5,0){Hprime}(0,4){C}(6,4){D}(0.3,6){E}(5.7,6){F}(4,6){G}(4,0){H}
\multidipole(G)(H)%
\wire[intersect,
intersectA=C,intersectB=D]
\resistor{$R’_3$}.
\resistor(E)(G){$R’_1$}
\resistor(G)(F){$R’_2$}
\multidipole(C)(D)\resistor{$R_1$}%
\wire\resistor{$R_2$}.
\wire(A)(B)\wire(Cprime)(E)
\wire(Dprime)(F)
\resistor(Hprime)(Gprime){$R_3$}
\end{pspicture}
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3 Examples
33
U1
R1
R
U2
C1
E
D
R4
L
K
C2
C3
R
i
V
\begin{pspicture}(0,-0.25)(9,11)
\pnodes(0,0){A}(9,0){B}(0,6){C}(9,6){D}(4.5,1){E}(4.5,10.5){F}
\switch(A)(C){$K$}
\multidipole(A)(B)\resistor{$R$}\battery[intensitylabel=$i$]{$V$}.
\wire(B)(D)
\multidipole(C)(D)\diode{$D$}\wire.
\resistor[tensionlabel=$U_1$](C)(F){$R_1$} \resistor(C)(E){$R_4$}
\capacitor[parallel,parallelarm=1.2,parallelsep=1.5](C)(E){$C_2$}
\coil(E)(D){$L$}
\capacitor[parallel,parallelarm=1.2,parallelsep=1.5](E)(D){$C_3$}
\capacitor[tensionlabel=$U_2$](F)(D){$C_1$}
\multidipole(E)(F)\wire\wire[intersect,intersectA=C,intersectB=D]%
\circledipole[labeloffset=-0.7]{$E$}%
\resistor[parallel,parallelsep=.6,parallelarm=.8]{$R$}.
\end{pspicture}
3 Examples
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D5
T1
i0
ic
T2
L5
i1
i5
ia
uc
C
i2 k
RL
i4
D3
U0
=
L3
i3
ua
LL
D4
=
UB
\begin{pspicture}(0,-0.2)(13,8)
\psset{intensitycolor=red,intensitylabelcolor=red,tensioncolor=green,
tensionlabelcolor=green, intensitywidth=3pt}
\circledipole[tension,tensionlabel=$U_0$,
tensionoffset=0.75,labeloffset=0](0,0)(0,6){\LARGE\textbf{=}}
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_0$](0,6)(2.5,6)
\diode[dipolestyle=thyristor](2.5,6)(4.5,6){$T_1$}
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_1$](4.5,6)(6.5,6)
\multidipole(6.5,7.5)(2.5,7.5)%
\coil[dipolestyle=rectangle,labeloffset=-0.75]{$L_5$}%
\diode[labeloffset=-0.75]{$D_5$}.
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_5$](6.5,6)(6.5,7.5)
\wire(2.5,7.5)(2.5,3)
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_c$](2.5,4.5)(2.5,6)
\qdisk(2.5,6){2pt}\qdisk(6.5,6){2pt}
\diode[dipolestyle=thyristor](2.5,4.5)(4.5,4.5){$T_2$}
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_2$](4.5,4.5)(6.5,4.5)
\capacitor[tension,tensionlabel=$u_c$,tensionoffset=-0.75,
tensionlabeloffset=-1](6.5,4.5)(6.5,6){$C_k$}
\qdisk(2.5,4.5){2pt}\qdisk(6.5,4.5){2pt}
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_3$](6.5,4.5)(6.5,3)
\multidipole(6.5,3)(2.5,3)%
\coil[dipolestyle=rectangle,labeloffset=-0.75]{$L_3$}%
\diode[labeloffset=-0.75]{$D_3$}.
\wire(6.5,6)(9,6)\qdisk(9,6){2pt}
\diode(9,0)(9,6){$D_4$}
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_4$](9,3.25)(9,6)
\wire[intensity,intensitylabel=$i_a$](9,6)(11,6)
\multidipole(11,6)(11,0)%
\resistor{$R_L$}
\coil[dipolestyle=rectangle]{$L_L$}
\circledipole[labeloffset=0,tension,tensionoffset=0.7,tensionlabel=$U_B$]{\LARGE\
textbf{=}}.
\wire(0,0)(11,0)\qdisk(9,0){2pt}
\pnode(12.5,5.5){A}\pnode(12.5,0.5){B}
\tension(A)(B){$u_a$}
\end{pspicture}
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The following example was written by Manuel Luque.
b
b
b
i1
b
i2
n1
b
LM7805
b
n2
+5V
b
b
T1
b
b
\begin{pspicture}(0,-0.5)(14,4)
\pnodes(0,-0.50){B}(0,3){A}(2.5,3.5){C}(2.5,-0.5){D}(5,3){E}(6.5,1.5){F}(5,0){G}%
(3.5,1.5){H}(8,2.5){I}(8,1){J}(10,2.5){K}(10,1){L}(14,2.5){M}(12,1){N}%
(3,1){H’}(14,2.5){O}(14,1){P}(13.5,1){Q}
\transformer[transformeriprimarylabel=$i_1$,transformerisecondarylabel=$i_2$,
primarylabel=$n_1$,secondarylabel=$n_2$](A)(B)(C)(D){$T_1$}
{\psset{fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=black}
\diode(H)(E){}\diode(H)(G){} \diode(E)(F){}\diode(G)(F){}}
\capacitor[dipolestyle=chemical](I)(J){} \capacitor(K)(L){}
\REG(K)(M)(N){\shortstack{\textsf{\textbf{\large LM7805}}\\\textbf{+5V}}}
\ncangle{I}{F}\psline(I)(K) \ncangle{E}{C}\ncangle{G}{D}
\ncangle[arm=0]{P}{Q} \ncangle[arm=0]{H}{H’}
\ground(H’)\ground(J)\ground(L)\ground(N)\ground(Q)
\psdots(A)(B)(P)(O)(G)(H)(F)(I)(K)(E)
\end{pspicture}
The following example was written by Lionel Cordesses.
L2
R
b
L4
Vin
b
b
C1
b
b
C3
Cn
R
b
\begin{pspicture}(11,3)
\psset{dipolestyle=elektor}
\pnodes(1,2){Vin}(0.5,2){S}(0.5,0){Sm}(2.5,2){A}(4.5,2){B}(6.5,2){C}(8,2){Cd}%
(8.5,2){D}(9.5,2){E}(2.5,0){Am}(4.5,0){Bm}(6.5,0){Cm}(8.5,0){Dm}(9.5,0){Em}
\Ucc[labeloffset=0.9](Sm)(S){$V_{in}$}\resistor(Vin)(A){$R$}
\capacitor(A)(Am){$C_1$} \capacitor(B)(Bm){$C_3$}
\capacitor[labeloffset=-0.7](D)(Dm){$C_n$}\resistor(E)(Em){$R$}
\coil(A)(B){$L_2$}\coil(B)(C){$L_4$}
\wire(Am)(Bm)\wire(Bm)(Cm)\wire(Cm)(Dm)\wire(Dm)(Em)\wire(D)(E)
\wire(Cd)(D)\psline[linestyle=dashed](C)(Cd)
\wire(S)(Vin)\wire(Sm)(Am)
\psdots(D)(Dm)(A)(Am)(B)(Bm)
\end{pspicture}
The following example was written by Christian Hoffmann.
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U0
R2
R1
L
C1
S
\SpecialCoor
\begin{pspicture}(0,-1)(7,6.5)%
\pnodes(0,6){plus}(3,3){basis}([nodesep=-2] basis){schalter}(0,0){masse}
\wire[arrows=o-*](plus)(basis|plus)
\uput[l](plus){$U_0$}
\resistor[labeloffset=.8](basis|plus)(basis){$R_1$}
\transistor[basesep=2cm](basis){emitter}{kollektor}
\wire[arrows=-*](schalter)(basis)
% \wire(basis)([nodesep=2] basis)
\wire(TBaseNode)(basis)
\switch(schalter|masse)(schalter){S}
\lamp(kollektor|plus)(kollektor){L}
\resistor(kollektor|plus)(basis|plus){$R_2$}
\wire(emitter)(emitter|masse)
\wire(emitter|masse)(basis|masse)
\capacitor(basis)(basis|masse){$C_1$}
\wire[arrows=*-](basis|masse)(schalter|masse)
\wire[arrows=*-o](schalter|masse)(masse)
\end{pspicture}
Variable radius for
Strommesser
C
I
\begin{pspicture}(\linewidth,3)
\circledipole(0,1)(3,1){} \pnodes(4,1){A}(7,1){B}
\circledipole[radius=7mm,labeloffset=1cm](A)(B){Strommesser}\rput(5.5,1){\Huge I}
\circledipole[radius=4mm,fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=blue!30](10,1)(13,1){C}
\end{pspicture}
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4 Microwave symbols
Since for microwave signal, the direction in which the signal spreads is very important,
There are dipoleinput or tripoleinput or quadripoleinput and arrowinput parameters.
The value of theses parameters are left or right for the first one and true or false for
second one.
\[email protected]
\ifx\[email protected]\[email protected]@right
\pcline[arrows=-C](#2)([email protected])
\pcline[arrows=->,arrowinset=0](#3)([email protected])
\else
\pcline[arrows=->,arrowinset=0](#2)([email protected])
\pcline[arrows=C-]([email protected])(#3)
\fi
\else
\pcline[arrows=-C](#2)([email protected])
\pcline[arrows=C-]([email protected])(#3)
\fi
\pcline[fillstyle=none,linestyle=none](#2)(#3)
The last line is to correct some problems when I use colors (see example2) To add
color in components (Monopole, tripole and Quadripole), there is a new argument.
\multidipole also works:
BPF
R
LNA
R
\begin{pspicture}(4,2)
\pnodes(0.5,1){A}(3.5,1){B}
\multidipole(A)(B)\filter{BPF}%
\resistor{$R$}.
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(4,2)
\pnodes(0.5,1){A}(3.5,1){B}
\multidipole(A)(B)\amplifier{LNA}%
\resistor{$R$}.
\end{pspicture}
4.1 New monopole components
New ground
groundstyle: ads | old | triangle
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnodes(0.5,1){A}(1,1){B}(2.5,1){C}
\newground(A)
\newground[groundstyle=old]{135}(B)
\newground[linecolor=blue,groundstyle=triangle]{180}(C)
\end{pspicture}
4.2 New monopole macro-components
Antenna
antennastyle: two | three | triangle
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(1,0.5){A}
\antenna[antennastyle=three](A)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(1,0.5){A}
\antenna(A)
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(1,0.5){A}
\antenna[antennastyle=triangle](A)
\end{pspicture}
4.2 New monopole macro-components
Oscillator
output: top | right | bottom | left
inputarrow: false| true
LOstyle: – | crystal
fLO
fLO
fLO
fLO
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(1,1){A}
\oscillator[output=left,inputarrow=false](A)%
{$f_{LO}$}{}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(1,1){A}
\oscillator[output=top,inputarrow=true,LOstyle=crystal](A)%
{f$_{\textrm{LO}}$}{}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(1,1){A}
\oscillator[output=right,inputarrow=false](A)%
{$f_{LO}$}{fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=blue}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(1,1){A}
\oscillator[output=bottom,inputarrow=false](A)%
{$f_{LO}$}{}
\end{pspicture}
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4.3 New dipole macro-components
4.3 New dipole macro-components
Filters
dipolestyle: bandpass | lowpass | highpass
inputarrow: false| true
dipoleinput: left | right
BPF
LPF
HPF
BPF
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\filter(A)(B){BPF}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\filter[dipolestyle=lowpass,fillstyle=solid,%
fillcolor=red](A)(B){LPF}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\filter[dipolestyle=highpass,dipoleinput=right,
inputarrow=true](A)(B){HPF}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\filter[dipolestyle=highpass,inputarrow=true](A)(B){BPF}
\end{pspicture}
Isolator
inputarrow: false| true
dipoleinput: left | right
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\isolator[inputarrow=true](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
Isolator
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\isolator[dipoleinput=right,inputarrow=true,
fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=yellow](A)(B){Isolator}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A}\pnode(3,1){B}
\isolator[dipoleinput=left](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
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4.3 New dipole macro-components
Frequency multiplier/divider
dipolestyle: multiplier | divider
value: N | n ∈ N
programmable: false| true
inputarrow: false| true
dipoleinput: left | right
÷N
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A}\pnode(3,1){B}
\freqmult[dipolestyle=divider,inputarrow=true](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
×10
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A}\pnode(3,1){B}
\freqmult[dipolestyle=multiplier,value=10](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
×N
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnode(0,1.5){A}\pnode(3,1.5){B}
\freqmult[dipolestyle=multiplier,programmable=true,
labeloffset=-1,dipoleinput=right,inputarrow=true,
fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=green](A)(B){10<N<35}
\end{pspicture}
10<N<35
Phase shifter
inputarrow: false| true
dipoleinput: left | right
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A1} \pnode(3,1){A2}
\phaseshifter(A1)(A2){}
\end{pspicture}
90◦
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){B1} \pnode(3,1){B2}
\phaseshifter[inputarrow=true,dipoleinput=right,
fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=red](B1)(B2){90$^\circ$}
\end{pspicture}
VCO
inputarrow: false| true
dipoleinput: left | right
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A1} \pnode(3,1){A2}
\vco[fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=yellow](A1)(A2){}
\end{pspicture}
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4.3 New dipole macro-components
VCO
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){B1} \pnode(3,1){B2}
\vco[dipoleinput=right,inputarrow=true](B1)(B2){VCO}
\end{pspicture}
Amplifier
inputarrow: false| true
dipoleinput: left | right
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\amplifier[inputarrow=true](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
PA
LNA
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\amplifier[dipoleinput=right,inputarrow=true](A)(B){PA}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\amplifier[dipoleinput=left](A)(B){LNA}
\end{pspicture}
Detector
inputarrow: false| true
dipoleinput: left | right
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\detector[inputarrow=true](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\detector[dipoleinput=right,inputarrow=true](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\detector[dipoleinput=left](A)(B){}
\end{pspicture}
Attentuator
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1){A} \pnode(3,1){B}
\attenuator[inputarrow,labeloffset=0.7cm,
dipoleinput=left](A)(B){Attentuator}
\end{pspicture}
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4.4 New tripole macro-components
4.4 New tripole macro-components
Mixer
tripolestyle: bottom | top
tripoleconfig: left | right
inputarrow: false| true
Mixer
Mixer
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,2){C}
\mixer[tripolestyle=top,inputarrow=true](A)(B)(C)%
{Mixer}{}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,0){C}
\mixer[inputarrow=true,tripoleinput=right](A)(B)(C)
{Mixer}{fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=yellow}
\end{pspicture}
Splitter
tripolestyle: bottom | top
tripoleconfig: left | right
inputarrow: false| true
Splitter
Splitter
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,2){C}
\splitter[inputarrow,
tripolestyle=top](A)(B)(C){Splitter}{}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,0){C}
\splitter[inputarrow,
tripolestyle=bottom,tripoleinput=right, fillstyle=solid,
fillcolor=ForestGreen](A)(B)(C){Splitter}{}
\end{pspicture}
Circulator
tripolestyle: circulator | isolator
inputarrow: false| true
tripoleinput: left | right
Circulator
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,0){C}
\circulator{0}(A)(B)(C){Circulator}{}
\end{pspicture}
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4.5 New quadripole macro-components
\begin{pspicture}(3,3)
\pnode(1.5,0.5){A}\pnode(1.5,2.5){B}\pnode(0.5,1.5){C}
\circulator[tripolestyle=isolator,inputarrow=true]{90}%
(A)(B)(C){Isolator}{}
\end{pspicture}
Isolator
Isolator
Isolator
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,0){C}
\circulator[tripoleconfig=right,tripolestyle=isolator,
inputarrow=true,tripoleinput=right]{0}%
(B)(A)(C){Isolator}{}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,2){C}
\circulator[tripoleconfig=right,
inputarrow=true]{180}(A)(B)(C){Isolator}%
{fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=red}
\end{pspicture}
Agc
inputarrow: false| true
tripoleinput: left | right
AGC
AGC
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,0){C}
\agc(A)(B)(C){AGC}{fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=yellow}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0.5,1){A}\pnode(2.5,1){B}\pnode(1.5,0){C}
\agc[tripoleinput=right,inputarrow=true](A)(B)(C)%
{AGC}{fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=blue}
\end{pspicture}
4.5 New quadripole macro-components
Coupler
couplerstyle: hybrid | directional
inputarrow: false| true
quadripoleinput: left | right
Hyb.
180◦
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1.4){A} \pnode(0,0.6){B}
\pnode(3,1.4){C} \pnode(3,0.6){D}
\coupler[couplerstyle=hybrid,inputarrow=true](A)(B)(C)(D)%
{Hyb. $180$\ensuremath{^\circ}}%
{fillstyle=solid,fillcolor=yellow}
\end{pspicture}
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4.6 Examples
10 dB
Hyb.
180◦
10 dB
44
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1.4){A} \pnode(0,0.6){B}
\pnode(3,1.4){C} \pnode(3,0.6){D}
\coupler[couplerstyle=directional](A)(B)(C)(D){10~dB}{}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1.4){A} \pnode(0,0.6){B}
\pnode(3,1.4){C} \pnode(3,0.6){D}
\coupler[couplerstyle=hybrid,inputarrow=true,%
quadripoleinput=right](A)(B)(C)(D)%
{Hyb. $180$\ensuremath{^\circ}}{}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\pnode(0,1.4){A} \pnode(0,0.6){B}
\pnode(3,1.4){C} \pnode(3,0.6){D}
\coupler[couplerstyle=directional,quadripoleinput=right,%
inputarrow=true](A)(B)(C)(D){10~dB}{}
\end{pspicture}
4.6 Examples
Radar emission diagram
2.4 GHz
3.57 dB
−3 dB
+14 dB
−4 dB
3.3 MHz @−10 dBm
1.5 MHz @−10 dBm
13 dBm
900 MHz
−10 dB
Radiometer block diagram example
From Chang, K., RF and Microwave Wireless Systems, Wiley InterScience, page 319,
ISBN 0-471-35199-7
4.6 Examples
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Mixer
BPF
IF Amp
Detector
0.5 GHZ
Ferrite
Switch
Isolator
Amp
Isolator
LO
Output
for processing
Hot and Cold
loads for calibration
70/140MHz
L-Band Buffers
RF Atten
L-band Amp
RF Atten
PLL
L-band Amp
VCO
÷N
L-BandPrescaler
L-band Amp
Mixer
L-Band Buffers
Mixer
Tx/GHz: 13.75-14.00, 14.00-14.50
Rx/GHz: 10.95-11.70, 11.20-11.70, 11.70-12.20, 12.25-12.75
IF Amp
L-band
VCO
70/140MHz
IF Amp
Ku-band Transceiver
PLL
L-band AmpL-band Amp
Ku-band
÷N
Prescaler
Ku-band LNA
Ku-band
PLL
SSPA
LNB
Ku-band Buffers
Mixer
Ku-band
Prescaler
÷N
Ku-band Amp
Det Ku-Band
Ku-band Buffers
Mixer
950-1540 MHz
900-1700 MHz
L-band Amp
Det L-Band
4.6 Examples
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9 −
10 +
10 kΩ
8
+5
8.45 kΩ 1%
VIN
Gm5,1
−
+
Gm1,1
−
+
CA1
Gm2,1
+
−
CB1
102 kΩ 1%
7.15 kΩ 1%
1 nF
Amplificator for hearing aid
+5
1 µF
+5
Circuit to harvest Solar Energy
+5
1 nF
Gm3,1
+
−
2 −
3 +
11
4
+12
1 kΩ 1%
1
Gm5,2
−
+
Gm1,2
−
+
+5
17.4 kΩ 1%
CA2
28 kΩ 1%
−
+
+5
1 nF
Gm2,2
4.12 kΩ 1%
1 nF
6 −
5 +
CB2
Gm3,2
−
+
1 kΩ 1%
7
47 kΩ
VOU T
4.6 Examples
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5.2 Basic Logical Circuits
48
5 Flip Flops – logical elements
The syntax for all logical base circuits is
\logic [Options] (x0 , y0 ) {label }
where the options and the origin are optional. If they are missing, then the default
options, described in the next section and the default origin (0, 0) is used. The origin
specifies the lower left corner of the logical circuit.
xLkeywordlogicType
\logic{Demo}
\logic[logicType=and]{Demo}
\logic(0,0){Demo}
\logic[logicType=and](0,0){Demo}
The above four „different“ calls of the \logic macro give the same output, because
they are equivalent.
5.1 The Options
name
logicShowNode
logicShowDot
logicNodestyle
logicSymbolstyle
logicSymbolpos
logicLabelstyle
logicType
logicChangeLR
logicWidth
logicHeight
logicWireLength
logicNInput
logicJInput
logicKInput
type
boolean
boolean
command
command
value
command
string
boolean
length
length
length
number
number
number
default
false
false
\footnotesize
\large
0.5
\small
and
false
1.5
2.5
0.5
2
2
2
5.2 Basic Logical Circuits
At least the basic objects require a unique label name, otherwise it is not sure, that all
nodes will work well. The label may contain any alphanumerical character and most of
all symbols. But it is save using only combinations of letters and digits. For example:
And0
a0
a123
12
NOT123a
A_1 is not a good choice, the underscore may cause some problems.
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And
&
\begin{pspicture}(-1,0)(3,3)
\logic{AND1}
\end{pspicture}
AND1
&
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicChangeLR]{AND2}
\end{pspicture}
AND2
&
6
5
4
Q
3
2
AND3 1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(4,5)
\logic[logicShowNode,%
logicWidth=2,
logicHeight=4,
logicNInput=6,
logicChangeLR](1,1){AND3}
\end{pspicture}
NotAnd
2
&
Q
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=nand,
logicShowNode]{NAND1}
\end{pspicture}
1
NAND1
&
NAND2
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=nand,
logicChangeLR]{NAND2}
\end{pspicture}
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&
50
6
5
4
Q
3
2
NAND3 1
\begin{pspicture}(4,5)
\logic[logicType=nand,
logicShowNode,
logicWidth=2,
logicHeight=4,
logicNInput=6,
logicChangeLR](1,1){NAND3}
\end{pspicture}
Or
2
≥1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=or,
logicShowNode]{OR1}
\end{pspicture}
Q
1
OR1
≥1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=or,
logicChangeLR]{OR2}
\end{pspicture}
OR2
≥1
6
5
4
Q
3
2
OR3 1
\begin{pspicture}(4,5)
\logic[logicType=or,
logicShowNode,
logicWidth=2,
logicHeight=4,
logicNInput=6,
logicChangeLR](1,1){OR3}
\end{pspicture}
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51
Not Or
2
≥1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=nor,
logicShowNode]{NOR1}
\end{pspicture}
Q
1
NOR1
≥1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=nor,
logicChangeLR]{NOR2}
\end{pspicture}
NOR2
≥1
6
5
4
Q
3
2
NOR3 1
\begin{pspicture}(4,5)
\logic[logicType=nor,
logicShowNode,
logicWidth=2,
logicHeight=4,
logicNInput=6,
logicChangeLR](1,1){NOR3}
\end{pspicture}
Not
1
Q
1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=not,
logicShowNode]{NOT1}
\end{pspicture}
NOT1
1
NOT2
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=not,
logicChangeLR]{NOT2}
\end{pspicture}
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52
1
Q
1
NOT3
\begin{pspicture}(4,5)
\logic[logicType=not,
logicShowNode,
logicWidth=2,
logicHeight=4,
logicChangeLR](1,1){NOT3}
\end{pspicture}
Exclusive OR
2
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=exor,
logicShowNode]{ExOR1}
\end{pspicture}
=1
Q
1
ExOR1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=exor,
logicChangeLR]{ExOR2}
\end{pspicture}
=1
ExOR2
=1
6
5
4
Q
3
2
ExOR3 1
\begin{pspicture}(4,5)
\logic[logicType=exor,
logicShowNode,
logicNInput=6,
logicWidth=2,
logicHeight=4,
logicChangeLR](1,1){ExOR3}
\end{pspicture}
5.3 RS Flip Flop
53
Exclusive NOR
=
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=exnor,
logicShowNode]{ExNOR1}
\end{pspicture}
2
Q
1
ExNOR1
=
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,3)
\logic[logicType=exnor,
logicChangeLR]{ExNOR2}
\end{pspicture}
ExNOR2
=
6
5
4
Q
3
2
ExNOR31
\begin{pspicture}(4,5)
\logic[logicType=exnor,
logicShowNode,
logicNInput=6,
logicWidth=2,
logicHeight=4,
logicChangeLR](1,1){ExNOR3}
\end{pspicture}
5.3 RS Flip Flop
R
Q
S
Q
RS1
Q
R
S
Q
RS2
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(3,3)
\logic[logicShowNode,
logicType=RS]{RS1}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(3,3)
\logic[logicShowNode,
logicType=RS,
logicChangeLR]{RS2}
\end{pspicture}
5.4 D Flip Flop
54
5.4 D Flip Flop
Q
D
C
Q
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(3,3)
\logic[logicShowNode,
logicType=D]{D1}
\end{pspicture}
D1
Q
D
C
Q
D2
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(3,3)
\logic[logicShowNode=true,
logicType=D,
logicChangeLR]{D2}
\end{pspicture}
5.5 JK Flip Flop
K1
Q
K2
C
J2
J1JK1
Q
Q
K1
K2
C J4
Q
J3
J2
JK2J1
5.6 Other Options
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(3,3)
\logic[logicShowNode,
logicType=JK,
logicKInput=2,
logicJInput=2]{JK1}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(3,3)
\logic[logicShowNode,logicType=JK,
logicKInput=2, logicJInput=4,
logicChangeLR]{JK2}
\end{pspicture}
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55
&
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(3,2.5)
\logic[logicShowDot]{A0}
\end{pspicture}
A0
&
\begin{pspicture}(-1,0)(3,2.5)
\logic[logicWireLength=1,
logicShowDot]{A1}
\end{pspicture}
A1
The unit of logicWireLength is the same than the actual one for pstricks, set by the
unit option.
5.7 The Node Names
Every logic circuit is defined with its name, which should be a unique one. If we have
the following NAND circuit, then pst-circ defines the nodes
NAND11, NAND12, NAND13, NAND14, NAND1Q
If there exists an inverted output, like for alle Flip Flops, then the negated one gets the
appendix neg to the node name. For example:
NAND1Q, NAND1Qneg
4
3
&
Q
2
1
NAND1
\begin{pspicture}(-0.5,0)(2.5,3)
\logic[logicShowNode=true,%
logicLabelstyle=\footnotesize,%
logicType=nand,%
logicNInput=4]{NAND1}
\multido{\n=1+1}{4}{%
\pscircle *[linecolor=red](NAND1\n){2pt}%
}
\pscircle *[linecolor=blue](NAND1Q){2pt}
\end{pspicture}
Now it is possible to draw a line from the output to the input
\ncbar[angleA=0,angleB=180]{<Node A>}{<Node B>}
It may be easier to print a grid since the drawing phase and then comment it out if all
is finished.
5.8 Examples
4
3
&
Q
2
1
NAND1
56
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(2.5,3)
\logic[logicShowNode=true,%
logicLabelstyle=\footnotesize,%
logicType=nand,%
logicWireLength=1,%
logicNInput=4]{NAND1}
\pnode(-0.5,0|NAND11){tempA}
\pnode(2,0|NAND1Q){tempB}
\end{pspicture}
\ncbar[angleA=-90,angleB=0,arm=0.75,%
arrows=*-*, dotsize=0.15]{tempA}{tempB}
AN empty argument to the logicSymbolstyle and logicLabelstyle will suppress
the output of the symbol and/or the label. The label, of course, is a mandatory argument
because it is the prefix of the node names.
5.8 Examples
S
≥1
Q
nor2
≥1
Q
R
nor1
\begin{pspicture}(-1,0)(5,5)
\psset{logicType=nor, logicLabelstyle=\normalsize,%
logicWidth=1, logicHeight=1.5, dotsize=0.15}
\logic(1.5,0){nor1}
\logic(1.5,3){nor2}
\psline(nor2Q)(4,0|nor2Q)
\uput[0](4,0|nor2Q){$Q$}
\psline(nor1Q)(4,0|nor1Q)
\uput[0](4,0|nor1Q){$\overline{Q}$}
\psline{*-}(3.50,0|nor2Q)(3.5,2.5)(1.5,2.5)
(0.5,1.75)(0.5,0|nor12)(nor12)
\psline{*-}(3.50,0|nor1Q)(3.5,2)(1.5,2)
(0.5,2.5)(0.5,0|nor21)(nor21)
\psline(0,0|nor11)(nor11)\uput[180](0,0|nor11){R}
\psline(0,0|nor22)(nor22)\uput[180](0,0|nor22){S}
\end{pspicture}
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57
R
&
≥1
Q
A1
nor2
T
≥1
&
S
Q
nor1
A0
\begin{pspicture}(-4,0)(5,7)
\psset{logicWidth=1, logicHeight=2, dotsize=0.15}
\logic[logicWireLength=0](-2,0){A0}
\logic[logicWireLength=0](-2,5){A1}
\ncbar[angleA=-180,angleB=-180,arm=0.5]{A11}{A02}
\psline[dotsize=0.15]{-*}(-3.5,3.5)(-2.5,3.5)
\uput[180](-3.5,3.5){$T$}
\psline(-3.5,0.5)(A01)\uput[180](-3.5,0.5){$S$}
\psline(-3.5,6.5)(A12)\uput[180](-3.5,6.5){$R$}
\psset{logicType=nor, logicLabelstyle=\normalsize}
\logic(1,0.5){nor1}
\logic(1,4.5){nor2}
\psline(nor2Q)(4,0|nor2Q)
\uput[0](4,0|nor2Q){$Q$}
\psline(nor1Q)(4,0|nor1Q)
\uput[0](4,0|nor1Q){$\overline{Q}$}
\psline{*-}(3,0|nor2Q)(3,4)(1,4)(0,3)(0,0|nor12)(nor12)
\psline{*-}(3,0|nor1Q)(3,3)(1,3)(0,4)(0,0|nor21)(nor21)
\psline(A0Q)(nor11)
\psline(A1Q)(nor22)
\end{pspicture}
6 Logical circuits in american style
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6 Logical circuits in american style
macro
option
\logicnot
input
invertinput
invertoutput
iec
iecinvert
bubblesize
possible values
\logicand
ninputs
2
input?
true
where ? = a–d
invertinput?
false
where ? = a–d
invertoutput
false
iec
false
iecinvert
false
bubblesize
0.2
possible values 0.05, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20
\logicor
ninputs
2
input?
true
where ? = 1–4
invertinput?
false
where ? = a–d
invertoutput
false
iec
false
iecinvert
false
bubblesize
0.2
possible values 0.05, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20
\logicxor
ninputs
2
input?
true
where ? = 1–4
invertinput?
false
where ? = a–d
invertoutput
false
iec
false
iecinvert
false
bubblesize
0.2
possible values 0.05, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20
\logicff
inputa
invertinputa
continued on next page . . .
defaults
true
false
false
false
false
0.2
0.05, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20
true
false
6.1 Examples
macro
59
option
inputalabel
inputb
invertinputb
inputblabel
enable
invertenable
clock
invertclock
set
invertset
reset
invertreset
bubblesize
possible values
defaults
true
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
0.2
0.05, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20
\logicic
nicpins
8
possible values 8, 14, 16, 20, 32
pin?
true
invertpin?
false
pin?label
pin?number
where ? = a-z,aa,ab,ac,ad,ae,af
bubblesize
0.2
possible values 0.05, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20
\xic
plcaddress
plcsymbol
\xio
plcaddress
plcsymbol
\ote
plcaddress
plcsymbol
latch
unlatch
false
false
\osr
plcaddress
plcsymbol
\res
plcaddress
plcsymbol
\swpb
contactclosed
false
\swtog
contactclosed
false
\contact
contactclosed
false
6.1 Examples
6.1 Examples
60
1
IEC
IEEE
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(8.5,3)
\logicnot[invertoutput=true](0,0){IEEE}
\logicnot[invertoutput=true,iec=true,iecinvert=true](4,0){IEC}
\end{pspicture}
&
IEC
IEEE
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(9.5,3)
\logicand[ninputs=2](0,0){IEEE}
\logicand[ninputs=2,iec=true](5,0){IEC}
\end{pspicture}
&
IEEE
IEC
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(9.5,3)
\logicand[ninputs=2,invertoutput=true](0,0){IEEE}
\logicand[ninputs=2,invertoutput=true,iec=true,iecinvert=true](5,0){IEC}
\end{pspicture}
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61
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,3)
\logicand[ninputs=2,invertinputa=true,
invertinputb=true](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
Name
≥1
IEC
IEEE
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(9.5,3)
\logicor[ninputs=2](0,0){IEEE}
\logicor[ninputs=2,iec=true](5,0){IEC}
\end{pspicture}
≥1
IEEE
IEC
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(9.5,3)
\logicor[ninputs=2,invertoutput=true](0,0){IEEE}
\logicor[ninputs=2,invertoutput=true,iec=true,iecinvert=true](5,0){IEC}
\end{pspicture}
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,3)
\logicor[ninputs=2,invertinputa=true,
invertinputb=true](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
Name
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62
=1
IEC
IEEE
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(9.5,3)
\logicxor[ninputs=2]{0}(0,0){IEEE}
\logicxor[ninputs=2,iec=true]{0}(5,0){IEC}
\end{pspicture}
=1
IEEE
IEC
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(9.5,3)
\logicxor[ninputs=2,invertoutput=true]{0}(0,0){IEEE}
\logicxor[ninputs=2,invertoutput=true,iec=true,iecinvert=true]{0}(5,0){IEC}
\end{pspicture}
S -R Flip-Flop with Clock
Q
S
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,4)
\logicff[clock=true,inputalabel=$S$,
inputblabel=$R$](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
CL
R
Q̄
Name
S̄ -R̄ Flip-Flop with Enable
6.1 Examples
63
Q
S̄
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,4)
\logicff[enable=true,inputalabel=$\bar{S
}$,inputblabel=$\bar{R}$](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
EN
Q̄
R̄
Name
J -K Flip-Flop
J
Q
K
Q̄
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,4)
\logicff[inputalabel=$J$,inputblabel=$K
$](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
Name
J -K Flip-Flop with Set and Reset
S
J
Q
K
Q̄
R
D Flip-Flop
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,4)
\logicff[set=true,reset=true,invertreset=
true,%
inputalabel=$J$,inputblabel=$K$](0,0){
Name}
\end{pspicture}
Name
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64
Q
D
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,4)
\logicff[inputb=false,inputalabel=$D
$](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
Q̄
Name
Full Adder
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(5,4)
\logicff[enable=true,invertoutputb=false,
inputalabel=$A$,
inputblabel=$C_{in}$,inputenlabel=$B$,
outputalabel=$\Sigma$,
outputblabel=$C_{out}$](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
Σ
A
B
Cin Cout
Name
7-Segment Display
a
f
b
\begin{pspicture}(6.5,5)
\sevensegmentdisplay(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
g
e
c
d
Name
6.1 Examples
65
1
2
3
a
f
VCC
a
b
f
b
g
g
6
7
e
c
d
e
c
d
14
13
11
10
9
8
Name
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(6.5,6)
\sevensegmentdisplay[pinld=false,pinle=false,pinrc=false,pinlalabel=a,
pinlblabel=f,pinlglabel=e,pinrglabel=d,pinrelabel=c,pinrdlabel=g,
pinrblabel=b,pinralabel={$V_{CC}$},pinlanumber=1,pinlbnumber=2,
pinlcnumber=3,pinlfnumber=6,pinlgnumber=7,pinrgnumber=8,pinrfnumber=9,
pinrenumber=10,pinrdnumber=11,pinrbnumber=13,pinranumber=14](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
a
b
f
g
e
c
d
Name
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(6.5,6)
\sevensegmentdisplay[segmentdisplay=5](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
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66
0 0 0 0 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
ta tb tc td te
la
lb
lc
ld
le
lf
lg
ra
rb
rc
rd
re
rf
rg
ba bb bc bd be
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
Name
0 0 0 0 0
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(6.5,6)
\sevensegmentdisplay[segmentdisplay=0,segmentcolor=red,segmentlabels=false,
pinlalabel=la,pinlblabel=lb,pinlclabel=lc,pinldlabel=ld,pinlelabel=le,
pinlflabel=lf,pinlglabel=lg,pinrglabel=rg,pinrflabel=rf,pinrelabel=re,
pinrdlabel=rd,pinrclabel=rc,pinrblabel=rb,pinralabel=ra,pinlanumber=1,
pinlbnumber=2,pinlcnumber=3,pinldnumber=4,pinlenumber=5,pinlfnumber=6,
pinlgnumber=7,pinrgnumber=8,pinrfnumber=9,pinrenumber=10,pinrdnumber=11,
pinrcnumber=12,pinrbnumber=13,pinranumber=14,pinta=true,pintalabel=ta,
pintanumber=0,pintb=true,pintblabel=tb,pintbnumber=0,pintc=true,
pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=0,pintd=true,pintdlabel=td,pintdnumber=0,
pinte=true,pintelabel=te,pintenumber=0,pinba=true,pinbalabel=ba,
pinbanumber=0,pinbb=true,pinbblabel=bb,pinbbnumber=0,pinbc=true,
pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=0,pinbd=true,pinbdlabel=bd,pinbdnumber=0,
pinbe=true,pinbelabel=be,pinbenumber=0](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
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67
0 0 0 0 0
g f Vcc a b
a
b
f
g
e
c
d
e d Vcc c dp
Name
0 0 0 0 0
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(6.5,6)
\sevensegmentdisplay[segmentdisplay=10,pinla=false,pinlb=false,
pinlc=false,pinld=false,pinle=false,pinlf=false,pinlg=false,pinrg=false,
pinrf=false,pinre=false,pinrd=false,pinrc=false,pinrb=false,pinra=false,
pinta=true,pintalabel=g,pintanumber=0,pintb=true,pintblabel=f,pintbnumber=0,
pintc=true,pintclabel=$V_{cc}$,pintcnumber=0,pintd=true,pintdlabel=a,
pintdnumber=0,pinte=true,pintelabel=b,pintenumber=0,pinba=true,pinbalabel=e,
pinbanumber=0,pinbb=true,pinbblabel=d,pinbbnumber=0,pinbc=true,
pinbclabel=$V_{cc}$,pinbcnumber=0,pinbd=true,pinbdlabel=c,pinbdnumber=0,
pinbe=true,pinbelabel=dp,pinbenumber=0](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
68
8-Pin DIP IC
1 2 3
1
2
3
4
tc tr
a tl
h
g
b
c
d
bl bc br
f
e
8
7
6
5
Name
1 2 3
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,4)
\logicic[nicpins=8,bubblesize=0.1,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
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69
1 2 3
1
2
3
4
tc tr
a tl
h
g
b
c
d
bl bc br
f
e
8
7
6
5
Name
1 2 3
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,4)
\logicic[nicpins=8,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,%
invertpina=true,invertpinb=true,invertpinc=true,invertpind=true,%
invertpine=true,invertpinf=true,invertping=true,invertpinh=true](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
70
14-Pin DIP IC
1 2 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
a tl tc tr n
m
b
c
l
d
e
k
j
f
g
i
h
bl bc br
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
Name
1 2 3
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,6)
\logicic[nicpins=14,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14]%
(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
71
14-Pin DIP IC all inverted
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a tl tc tr n
m
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c
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k
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bl bc br
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\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,6)
\logicic[nicpins=14,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14,
invertpina=true,invertpinb=true,invertpinc=true,invertpind=true,%
invertpine=true,invertpinf=true,invertping=true,invertpinh=true,%
invertpini=true,invertpinj=true,invertpink=true,invertpinl=true,%
invertpinm=true,invertpinn=true]%
(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
72
16-Pin DIP IC
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a tl tc tr p
o
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c
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m
d
e
l
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bl bc br
i
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1 2 3
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,6)
\logicic[nicpins=16,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,pinolabel=o,pinplabel=p,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14,pinonumber=15,pinpnumber=16]%
(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
73
16-Pin DIP IC all inverted
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a tl tc tr p
o
b
c
n
m
d
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bl bc br
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\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,6)
\logicic[nicpins=16,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,pinolabel=o,pinplabel=p,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14,pinonumber=15,pinpnumber=16,
invertpina=true,invertpinb=true,invertpinc=true,invertpind=true,%
invertpine=true,invertpinf=true,invertping=true,invertpinh=true,%
invertpini=true,invertpinj=true,invertpink=true,invertpinl=true,%
invertpinm=true,invertpinn=true,invertpino=true,invertpinp=true]%
(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
74
20-Pin DIP IC
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s
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c
r
q
d
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bl bc br
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k
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\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,7)
\logicic[nicpins=20,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,pinolabel=o,pinplabel=p,%
pinqlabel=q,pinrlabel=r,pinslabel=s,pintlabel=t,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14,pinonumber=15,pinpnumber=16,%
pinqnumber=17,pinrnumber=18,pinsnumber=19,pintnumber=20]%
(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
75
20-Pin DIP IC all inverted
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a tl tc tr t
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k
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\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(5,7)
\logicic[nicpins=20,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,pinolabel=o,pinplabel=p,%
pinqlabel=q,pinrlabel=r,pinslabel=s,pintlabel=t,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14,pinonumber=15,pinpnumber=16,%
pinqnumber=17,pinrnumber=18,pinsnumber=19,pintnumber=20,%
invertpina=true,invertpinb=true,invertpinc=true,invertpind=true,%
invertpine=true,invertpinf=true,invertping=true,invertpinh=true,%
invertpini=true,invertpinj=true,invertpink=true,invertpinl=true,%
invertpinm=true,invertpinn=true,invertpino=true,invertpinp=true,%
invertpinq=true,invertpinr=true,invertpins=true,invertpint=true]%
(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
76
32-Pin DIP IC
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tl tc tr
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ad
ac
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e
ab
aa
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y
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j
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n
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af
ae
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bl bc br
t
s
r
q
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Name
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\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(6,9.5)
\logicic[nicpins=32, pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,pinolabel=o,pinplabel=p,%
pinqlabel=q,pinrlabel=r,pinslabel=s,pintlabel=t,%
pinulabel=u,pinvlabel=v,pinwlabel=w,pinxlabel=x,%
pinylabel=y,pinzlabel=z,pinaalabel=aa,pinablabel=ab,%
pinaclabel=ac,pinadlabel=ad,pinaelabel=ae,pinaflabel=af,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14,pinonumber=15,pinpnumber=16,%
pinqnumber=17,pinrnumber=18,pinsnumber=19,pintnumber=20,%
pinunumber=21,pinvnumber=22,pinwnumber=23,pinxnumber=24,%
pinynumber=25,pinznumber=26,pinaanumber=27,pinabnumber=28,%
pinacnumber=29,pinadnumber=30,pinaenumber=31,pinafnumber=32](0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
6.1 Examples
77
32-Pin DIP IC all inverted
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tl tc tr
b
c
ad
ac
d
e
ab
aa
z
y
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
af
ae
x
w
v
u
bl bc br
t
s
r
q
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\begin{pspicture}(-1,-2)(6,9.5)
\logicic[nicpins=32,%
pintl=true,pintllabel=tl,pintlnumber=1,%
pintc=true,pintclabel=tc,pintcnumber=2,%
pintr=true,pintrlabel=tr,pintrnumber=3,%
invertpintl=true,invertpintc=true,invertpintr=true,%
pinbl=true,pinbllabel=bl,pinblnumber=1,%
pinbc=true,pinbclabel=bc,pinbcnumber=2,%
pinbr=true,pinbrlabel=br,pinbrnumber=3,%
invertpinbl=true,invertpinbc=true,invertpinbr=true,%
pinalabel=a,pinblabel=b,pinclabel=c,pindlabel=d,%
pinelabel=e,pinflabel=f,pinglabel=g,pinhlabel=h,%
pinilabel=i,pinjlabel=j,pinklabel=k,pinllabel=l,%
pinmlabel=m,pinnlabel=n,pinolabel=o,pinplabel=p,%
pinqlabel=q,pinrlabel=r,pinslabel=s,pintlabel=t,%
pinulabel=u,pinvlabel=v,pinwlabel=w,pinxlabel=x,%
pinylabel=y,pinzlabel=z,pinaalabel=aa,pinablabel=ab,%
pinaclabel=ac,pinadlabel=ad,pinaelabel=ae,pinaflabel=af,%
pinanumber=1,pinbnumber=2,pincnumber=3,pindnumber=4,%
pinenumber=5,pinfnumber=6,pingnumber=7,pinhnumber=8,
pininumber=9,pinjnumber=10,pinknumber=11,pinlnumber=12,%
pinmnumber=13,pinnnumber=14,pinonumber=15,pinpnumber=16,%
pinqnumber=17,pinrnumber=18,pinsnumber=19,pintnumber=20,%
pinunumber=21,pinvnumber=22,pinwnumber=23,pinxnumber=24,%
pinynumber=25,pinznumber=26,pinaanumber=27,pinabnumber=28,%
6.1 Examples
pinacnumber=29,pinadnumber=30,pinaenumber=31,pinafnumber=32,%
invertpina=true,invertpinb=true,invertpinc=true,invertpind=true,%
invertpine=true,invertpinf=true,invertping=true,invertpinh=true,%
invertpini=true,invertpinj=true,invertpink=true,invertpinl=true,%
invertpinm=true,invertpinn=true,invertpino=true,invertpinp=true,%
invertpinq=true,invertpinr=true,invertpins=true,invertpint=true,%
invertpinu=true,invertpinv=true,invertpinw=true,invertpinx=true,%
invertpiny=true,invertpinz=true,invertpinaa=true,invertpinab=true,%
invertpinac=true,invertpinad=true,invertpinae=true,invertpinaf=true]%
(0,0){Name}
\end{pspicture}
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7 Relay Ladder Logic
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7 Relay Ladder Logic
XIC
I:1/0
Symbol
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\xic[plcaddress=I:1/0,
plcsymbol=Symbol](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
XI0
I:1/0
Symbol
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\xio[plcaddress=I:1/0,
plcsymbol=Symbol](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
OTE
O:2/0
Symbol
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\ote[plcaddress=O:2/0,
plcsymbol=Symbol](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
OTL
O:2/0
L
Symbol
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\ote[latch=true,
plcaddress=O:2/0,
plcsymbol=Symbol](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
OTE
O:2/0
U
Symbol
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\ote[unlatch=true,
plcaddress=O:2/0,
plcsymbol=Symbol](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
OSR
O:2/0
OSR
Symbol
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\osr[plcaddress=O:2/0,
plcsymbol=Symbol](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
RES
O:2/0
RES
Symbol
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\res[plcaddress=O:2/0,
plcsymbol=Symbol](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
7 Relay Ladder Logic
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Switch PB NO
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\swpb(0,0)
\end{pspicture}
Switch PB NC
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\swpb[contactclosed=true](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
Switch TOGGLE NO
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\swtog(0,0)
\end{pspicture}
Switch PB NC
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\swtog[contactclosed=true](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
Contact NO
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\contact(0,0)
\end{pspicture}
Contact NC
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\contact[contactclosed=true](0,0)
\end{pspicture}
Motor Armature
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(1,1)
\armature(0,0)
\end{pspicture}
7.1 Examples
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7.1 Examples
D2
D1
V
C
D3
D4
M
V
D2
C
D3
D4
\begin{pspicture}(0,0)(15,6)
\pnode(0.5,0){A} \pnode(0.5,2.75){B} \pnode(0.5,5.5){C}
\pnode(3,0){D} \pnode(3,2.75){E} \pnode(3,5.5){F}
\pnode(4.75,0){G} \pnode(4.75,5.50){H}
\pnode(6.5,0){I} \pnode(6.5,5.5){J}
\vac(B)(E){$V$}
\newdiode(B)(C){$D_1$}
\newdiode[ison=false](E)(F){$D_2$}
\newdiode[ison=false](A)(B){$D_3$}
\newdiode(D)(E){$D_4$}
\capacitor(G)(H){$C$}
\newarmature[labelInside=1](I)(J){}
\wire(C)(F) \wire(A)(D) \wire(D)(G) \wire(I)(G) \wire(F)(H) \wire(H)(J)
\pnode(9,0){K} \pnode(9,2.75){L} \pnode(9,5.5){M}
\pnode(11.5,0){N} \pnode(11.5,2.75){O}
\pnode(11.5,5.5){P}
\pnode(13.25,0){Q} \pnode(13.25,5.5){R}
\pnode(15,0){S} \pnode(15,5.5){T}
\vac(L)(O){$V$}
\newdiode[ison=false](L)(M){$D_1$}
\newdiode(O)(P){$D_2$}
\newdiode(K)(L){$D_3$}
\newdiode[ison=false](N)(O){$D_4$}
\newcapacitor(Q)(R){$C$}
\newarmature[labelInside=1](S)(T){}
\wire(M)(P) \wire(K)(N) \wire(N)(Q) \wire(S)(Q) \wire(P)(R) \wire(R)(T)
\end{pspicture}
M
D1
8 Adding new components
\vac
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\vac
\begin{pspicture}(-1,-1)(4,4)
\vac[labeloffset=-0.7](0,0)(4,0){$\
backslash$vac}
\vac[labeloffset=1](0,0)(2,3.464){$\
backslash$vac}
\vac[labeloffset=1](2,3.464)(4,0){$\
backslash$vac}
\end{pspicture}
\vac
8 Adding new components
Adding new components is not simple unless you need only a simple dipole. For dipoles
a macro is provided that generates all helping macros for a new component so that you
need to write only the actual drawing code.
If you want to add a new dipole component, you only need the following code:
\newCircDipole{ComponentName}%
\def\[email protected]@ComponentName{%
% The PSTricks code for your component
% The center of the component is at (0,0)
\pnode(component _left_end,0){[email protected]}
\pnode(component _right_end,0){[email protected]}}
This code can be placed in the core code or somewhere in the respective document in
which case it must be surrounded by \makeatletter...\makeatother .
If your new dipole should also work with \multidipole then you have to make some
changes in the \multidipole core code. In the definition of \[email protected], look for
the last \ifx test
% ...
% Extract from \[email protected]
\else\ifx\OpenDipol #4\let\[email protected]\[email protected]@OpenDipol% 27
\else\ifx\OpenTripol #4\let\[email protected]\[email protected]@OpenTripol% 28
\else
% Put your modification here
\else\let\[email protected]\ignorespaces
\fi\fi\fi
% Extract form \[email protected]
% ...
and add (marked with %%%)
% ...
% Extract from \[email protected]
\else\ifx\OpenDipol #4\let\[email protected]\[email protected]@OpenDipol% 27
\else\ifx\OpenTripol #4\let\[email protected]\[email protected]@OpenTripol% 28
\else\ifx\ComponentName#4\let\next\[email protected]@ComponentName%%%
\else\let\[email protected]\ignorespaces
\fi\fi\fi
% Extract form \[email protected]
% ...
8 Adding new components
83
Do the same in \[email protected]@
% ...
% Extract from \[email protected]@
\else\ifx\OpenDipol#1\let\[email protected]\[email protected]@OpenDipol% 27
\else\ifx\OpenTripol#1\let\[email protected]\[email protected]@OpenTripol% 28
\else\ifx\ComponentName#1\let\next\[email protected]@ComponentName%%%
\else\let\[email protected]\ignorespaces\[email protected]@output
\fi\fi\fi
% Extract form \[email protected]@
% ...
and that’s it! All you have to do then is send your modified pst-circ.tex to me and it
will become part of the official release of pst-circ.
delay
\begin{pspicture}(3,2)
\newCircDipole{delayline}
\makeatletter
\def\[email protected]@delayline{%
\psset{linewidth=1.5\pslinewidth}%
\psframe(-0.5,-0.3)(0.5,0.3)
\psline[arrows=->](-0.2,-0.5)(0.2,0.5)
\pnode(-0.5,0){[email protected]}
\pnode(0.5,0){[email protected]}}%
\makeatother
\pnode(0,1){A}\pnode(3,1){B}
\delayline(A)(B){delay}
\end{pspicture}
9 List of all optional arguments for pst-circ
9 List of all optional arguments for pst-circ
Note: the default for booleans is always false.
Key
intensity
mathlabel
labelstyle
intensitylabel
intensitylabelcolor
intensitylabeloffset
intensitycolor
intensitywidth
tension
tensionstyle
tensionlabel
tensionlabelcolor
tensionoffset
tensionlabeloffset
tensioncolor
tensionwidth
labeloffset
labelangle
labelInside
dipoleconvention
directconvention
dipolestyle
parallel
parallelarm
parallelsep
parallelnode
intersect
intersectA
intersectB
OAperfect
OApower
OAinvert
OAiplus
OAiminus
OAiout
OAipluslabel
OAiminuslabel
OAioutlabel
GMperfect
GMpower
Type
Default
boolean
true
boolean
true
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary black
ordinary 0.5
ordinary black
ordinary \pslinewidth
boolean
true
ordinary line
ordinary
ordinary black
ordinary 1
ordinary 1.2
ordinary black
ordinary \pslinewidth
ordinary 0.7
ordinary 0
ordinary 0
ordinary receptor
boolean
true
ordinary normal
ordinary true
ordinary 1.5
ordinary 0
ordinary true
boolean
true
ordinary [none]
ordinary [none]
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
boolean
true
boolean
true
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GMinvert
GMiplus
GMiminus
GMiout
GMipluslabel
GMiminuslabel
GMioutlabel
IGBTinvert
transistorcircle
transistorinvert
transistoribase
transistoricollector
transistoriemitter
transistoribaselabel
transistoricollectorlabel
transistoriemitterlabel
FETchanneltype
FETmemory
transistortype
basesep
TRot
circedge
primarylabel
secondarylabel
transformeriprimary
transformerisecondary
transformeriprimarylabel
transformerisecondarylabel
tripolestyle
variable
logicChangeLR
logicShowDot
logicShowNode
logicWidth
logicHeight
logicType
logicNInput
logicJInput
logicKInput
logicWireLength
logicLabelstyle
logicSymbolstyle
logicSymbolpos
Type
Default
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary [none]
boolean
true
ordinary NPN
ordinary 0
ordinary 0
ordinary \pcangle
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary true
ordinary true
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary normal
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
boolean
true
ordinary 1.5
ordinary 2.5
ordinary and
ordinary 2
ordinary 2
ordinary 2
ordinary 0.5
ordinary \small
ordinary \large
ordinary 0.5
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logicNodestyle
ninputs
ninputs
segmentdisplay
segmentdisplay
nicpins
nicpins
bubblesize
bubblesize
segmentcolor
inputalabel
inputblabel
inputclabel
inputenlabel
inputcllabel
outputalabel
outputblabel
outputclabel
pinalabel
pinanumber
pinblabel
pinbnumber
pinclabel
pincnumber
pindlabel
pindnumber
pinelabel
pinenumber
pinflabel
pinfnumber
pinglabel
pingnumber
pinhlabel
pinhnumber
pinilabel
pininumber
pinjlabel
pinjnumber
pinklabel
pinknumber
pinllabel
pinlnumber
pinmlabel
Type
Default
ordinary \footnotesize
choice
2
choice
[none]
choice
10
choice
[none]
choice
8
choice
[none]
choice
0.15
choice
[none]
ordinary black
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
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pinmnumber
pinnlabel
pinnnumber
pinolabel
pinonumber
pinplabel
pinpnumber
pinqlabel
pinqnumber
pinrlabel
pinrnumber
pinslabel
pinsnumber
pintlabel
pintnumber
pinulabel
pinunumber
pinvlabel
pinvnumber
pinwlabel
pinwnumber
pinxlabel
pinxnumber
pinylabel
pinynumber
pinzlabel
pinznumber
pinaalabel
pinaanumber
pinablabel
pinabnumber
pinaclabel
pinacnumber
pinadlabel
pinadnumber
pinaelabel
pinaenumber
pinaflabel
pinafnumber
pinralabel
pinranumber
pinrblabel
pinrbnumber
Type
Default
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
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pinrclabel
pinrcnumber
pinrdlabel
pinrdnumber
pinrelabel
pinrenumber
pinrflabel
pinrfnumber
pinrglabel
pinrgnumber
pinrhlabel
pinrhnumber
pinrilabel
pinrinumber
pinrjlabel
pinrjnumber
pinrklabel
pinrknumber
pinrllabel
pinrlnumber
pinrmlabel
pinrmnumber
pinrnlabel
pinrnnumber
pinrolabel
pinronumber
pinrplabel
pinrpnumber
pinlalabel
pinlanumber
pinlblabel
pinlbnumber
pinlclabel
pinlcnumber
pinldlabel
pinldnumber
pinlelabel
pinlenumber
pinlflabel
pinlfnumber
pinlglabel
pinlgnumber
pinlhlabel
Type
Default
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
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pinlhnumber
pinlilabel
pinlinumber
pinljlabel
pinljnumber
pinlklabel
pinlknumber
pinlllabel
pinllnumber
pinlmlabel
pinlmnumber
pinlnlabel
pinlnnumber
pinlolabel
pinlonumber
pinlplabel
pinlpnumber
pintllabel
pintlnumber
pintclabel
pintcnumber
pintrlabel
pintrnumber
pinbllabel
pinblnumber
pinbclabel
pinbcnumber
pinbrlabel
pinbrnumber
pintalabel
pintanumber
pintblabel
pintbnumber
pintclabel
pintcnumber
pintdlabel
pintdnumber
pintelabel
pintenumber
pinbalabel
pinbanumber
pinbblabel
pinbbnumber
Type
Default
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
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pinbclabel
pinbcnumber
pinbdlabel
pinbdnumber
pinbelabel
pinbenumber
plcaddress
plcsymbol
iec
iecinvert
input
invertinput
inputa
invertinputa
inputb
invertinputb
inputc
invertinputc
inputd
invertinputd
enable
invertenable
clock
invertclock
set
invertset
reset
invertreset
output
invertoutput
outputa
invertoutputa
outputb
invertoutputb
segmentlabels
pina
invertpina
pinb
invertpinb
pinc
invertpinc
pind
invertpind
Type
Default
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary true
ordinary true
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
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pine
invertpine
pinf
invertpinf
ping
invertping
pinh
invertpinh
pini
invertpini
pinj
invertpinj
pink
invertpink
pinl
invertpinl
pinm
invertpinm
pinn
invertpinn
pino
invertpino
pinp
invertpinp
pinq
invertpinq
pinr
invertpinr
pins
invertpins
pint
invertpint
pinu
invertpinu
pinv
invertpinv
pinw
invertpinw
pinx
invertpinx
piny
invertpiny
pinz
Type
Default
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
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Key
invertpinz
pinaa
invertpinaa
pinab
invertpinab
pinac
invertpinac
pinad
invertpinad
pinae
invertpinae
pinaf
invertpinaf
pinla
invertpinla
pinlb
invertpinlb
pinlc
invertpinlc
pinld
invertpinld
pinle
invertpinle
pinlf
invertpinlf
pinlg
invertpinlg
pinlh
invertpinlh
pinli
invertpinli
pinlj
invertpinlj
pinlk
invertpinlk
pinll
invertpinll
pinlm
invertpinlm
pinln
invertpinln
pinlo
invertpinlo
Type
Default
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
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Key
pinlp
invertpinlp
pinra
invertpinra
pinrb
invertpinrb
pinrc
invertpinrc
pinrd
invertpinrd
pinre
invertpinre
pinrf
invertpinrf
pinrg
invertpinrg
pinrh
invertpinrh
pinri
invertpinri
pinrj
invertpinrj
pinrk
invertpinrk
pinrl
invertpinrl
pinrm
invertpinrm
pinrn
invertpinrn
pinro
invertpinro
pinrp
invertpinrp
pintl
invertpintl
pintc
invertpintc
pintr
invertpintr
pinbl
invertpinbl
pinbc
Type
Default
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary true
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
ordinary false
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Key
invertpinbc
pinbr
invertpinbr
pinta
invertpinta
pintb
invertpintb
pintc
invertpintc
pintd
invertpintd
pinte
invertpinte
pinba
invertpinba
pinbb
invertpinbb
pinbc
invertpinbc
pinbd
invertpinbd
pinbe
invertpinbe
dpleft
dpright
latch
unlatch
contactclosed
polarized
ison
inputarrow
programmable
connectingdot
groundstyle
antennastyle
output
LOstyle
dipoleinput
value
tripoleinput
tripoleconfig
couplerstyle
quadripoleinput
Type
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
boolean
boolean
boolean
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
ordinary
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Default
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
false
true
false
false
false
false
true
true
true
true
ads
two
top
left
0
left
left
hxbrid
left
References
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References
[1] Michel Goosens, Frank Mittelbach, Serbastian Rahtz, Denis Roegel, and Herbert
Voß. The LATEX Graphics Companion. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company,
Reading, Mass., 2nd edition, 2007.
[2] Laura E. Jackson and Herbert Voß. Die Plot-Funktionen von pst-plot. Die
TEXnische Komödie, 2/02:27–34, June 2002.
[3] Nikolai G. Kollock. PostScript richtig eingesetzt: vom Konzept zum praktischen
Einsatz. IWT, Vaterstetten, 1989.
[4] Herbert Voß. Die mathematischen Funktionen von Postscript. Die TEXnische
Komödie, 1/02:40–47, March 2002.
[5] Herbert Voß. PSTricks – Grafik für TEX und LATEX. DANTE/Lehmanns,
Heidelberg/Berlin, 6. edition, 2010.
[6] Herbert Voß. Typsetting mathematics with LATEX. UIT, Cambridge – UK, 2010.
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1st edition, 2011.
[8] Michael Wiedmann and Peter Karp. References for TEX and Friends. http://www.
miwie.org/tex-refs/, 2003.
Index
:U, 14, 21, 22
ads, 37
and, 48, 49
antennastyle, 38
\Arrestor, 7
arrows, 15
arrows, 9
\arrowswitch, 5
bandpass, 39
basesep, 9, 10, 16
\battery, 4, 21
bottom, 38, 42
bubblesize, 58, 59
\caoacitor, 13
\capacitor, 4, 19, 20
chemical, 19
\circledipole, 6, 36
circulator, 42
clock, 59
\coil, 4, 19–21
Collector, 10
\contact, 59
contactclosed, 59
couplerstyle, 43
crystal, 19, 38
curved, 20
D, 54
\diode, 6, 13, 20
dipoleconvention, 15, 16
dipoleinput, 39–41
dipolestyle, 19–21, 39, 40
directconvention, 15, 16
directional, 43
divider, 40
elektor, 19–21
elektorchemical, 19
elektorcurved, 20
Emitter, 10
enable, 59
exnor, 53
exor, 52, 53
FET, 24
FETchannel, 24
FETmemory, 24
File
pst-circ.tex, 83
\filter, 39
french, 22
generator, 15, 16
\GM, 7
GMpower, 7
\ground, 14
groundstyle, 37
GTO, 20
highpass, 39
hybrid, 43
\ICC, 19
\Icc, 5
iec, 58
iecinvert, 58
\ifx, 82
input, 58
inputa, 58
inputalabel, 59
inputarrow, 38–43
inputb, 59
inputblabel, 59
intensity, 15, 16
intensitycolor, 16
intensitylabel, 16
intensitylabelcolor, 16
intensitylabeloffset, 16
intensitywidth, 16
invertclock, 59
invertenable, 59
invertinput, 58
invertinputa, 58
invertinputb, 59
invertoutput, 58
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Index
invertreset, 59
invertset, 59
isolator, 42
JK, 54
Keyvalue
ads, 37
and, 48
bandpass, 39
bottom, 38, 42
circulator, 42
crystal, 38
directional, 43
divider, 40
generator, 15
highpass, 39
hybrid, 43
isolator, 42
left, 38–43
lowpass, 39
multiplier, 40
N, 40
old, 37
receptor, 15
right, 38–43
three, 38
top, 38, 42
triangle, 37, 38
two, 38
Keyword
antennastyle, 38
arrows, 9
basesep, 9, 10, 16
bubblesize, 58, 59
clock, 59
contactclosed, 59
couplerstyle, 43
dipoleconvention, 15, 16
dipoleinput, 39–41
dipolestyle, 19–21, 39, 40
directconvention, 15, 16
enable, 59
FETchannel, 24
FETmemory, 24
GMpower, 7
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groundstyle, 37
iec, 58
iecinvert, 58
input, 58
inputa, 58
inputalabel, 59
inputarrow, 38–43
inputb, 59
inputblabel, 59
intensity, 15, 16
intensitycolor, 16
intensitylabel, 16
intensitylabelcolor, 16
intensitylabeloffset, 16
intensitywidth, 16
invertclock, 59
invertenable, 59
invertinput, 58
invertinputa, 58
invertinputb, 59
invertoutput, 58
invertreset, 59
invertset, 59
labelangle, 14, 21, 22
labelInside, 15
labeloffset, 6, 14, 22
latch, 59
logicChangeLR, 48–54
logicHeight, 48–53
logicJInput, 48, 54
logicKInput, 48, 54
logicLabelstyle, 48, 56
logicNInput, 48–53
logicNodestyle, 48
logicShowDot, 48, 54
logicShowNode, 48–54
logicSymbolpos, 48
logicSymbolstyle, 48, 56
logicType, 48–54
logicWidth, 48–53
logicWireLength, 48, 55
LOstyle, 38
nicpins, 59
ninputs, 58
nodesep, 10
Index
OAiminuslabel, 16
OAinvert, 23
OAioutlabel, 16
OAipluslabel, 16
OAperfect, 23
OApower, 7
output, 38
parallel, 17, 18
plcaddress, 59
plcsymbol, 59
primarylabel, 14
programmable, 40
quadripoleinput, 43
reset, 59
secondarylabel, 14
set, 59
tension, 15, 16
tensioncolor, 16
tensionlabel, 16
tensionlabelcolor, 16
tensionlabeloffset, 16
tensionoffset, 16
tensionstyle, 15
tensionwidth, 16
transformeriprimarylabel, 17
transformerisecondarylabel, 17
transistoribaselabel, 16
transistoricollectorlabel, 16
transistoriemitter, 9
transistoriemitterlabel, 16
transistorinvert, 9
transistortype, 9, 10, 24
tripoleconfig, 42
tripoleinput, 42, 43
tripolestyle, 21, 22, 42
TRot, 8
unit, 55
unlatch, 59
value, 40
variable, 20, 21
zigzag, 21
labelangle, 14, 21, 22
labelInside, 15
labeloffset, 6, 14, 22
\lamp, 6
98
latch, 59
\LED, 6
left, 21, 38–43
\logic, 48
\logicand, 58
logicChangeLR, 48–54
\logicff, 58
logicHeight, 48–53
\logicic, 59
logicJInput, 48, 54
logicKInput, 48, 54
logicLabelstyle, 48, 56
logicNInput, 48–53
logicNodestyle, 48
\logicnot, 58
\logicor, 58
logicShowDot, 48, 54
logicShowNode, 48–54
logicSymbolpos, 48
logicSymbolstyle, 48, 56
logicType, 48–54
logicWidth, 48–53
logicWireLength, 48, 55
\logicxor, 58
LOstyle, 38
lowpass, 39
Macro
\Arrestor, 7
\arrowswitch, 5
\battery, 4, 21
\caoacitor, 13
\capacitor, 4, 19, 20
\circledipole, 6, 36
\coil, 4, 19–21
\contact, 59
\diode, 6, 13, 20
\filter, 39
\GM, 7
\ground, 14
\ICC, 19
\Icc, 5
\ifx, 82
\lamp, 6
\LED, 6
\logic, 48
Index
\logicand, 58
\logicff, 58
\logicic, 59
\logicnot, 58
\logicor, 58
\logicxor, 58
\multidipole, 13, 18, 37, 82
\ncangle, 7
\NewDiode, 26
\NewLED, 26
\NewSwitch, 26
\newtransformer, 12
\newtransformerquad, 12
\NewZener, 26
\OA, 7, 22, 23
\OpenDipol, 14
\OpenTripol, 14
\optoCoupler, 12
\osr, 59
\ote, 59
\pcline, 37
\potentiometer, 10, 21, 22
\quadripole, 12
\RelayNOP, 6
\res, 59
\resistor, 4, 13, 19, 20
\resitor, 14
\RFLine, 4, 27
\Suppressor, 6
\switch, 5
\swpb, 59
\swtog, 59
\tension, 13
\transformer, 12, 14, 21
\transistor, 8, 24
\transistorFET, 8, 10
\transistorNMOS, 8
\transistortype, 8
\Tswitch, 10, 21, 22
\Ucc, 4
\wire, 13
\xic, 59
\xio, 59
\Zener, 6
\multidipole, 13, 18, 37, 82
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multido, 3
multiplier, 40
N, 40
nand, 49
\ncangle, 7
\NewDiode, 26
\NewLED, 26
\NewSwitch, 26
\newtransformer, 12
\newtransformerquad, 12
\NewZener, 26
nicpins, 59
ninputs, 58
nodesep, 10
nor, 51
not, 51
\OA, 7, 22, 23
OAiminuslabel, 16
OAinvert, 23
OAioutlabel, 16
OAipluslabel, 16
OAperfect, 23
OApower, 7
old, 37
\OpenDipol, 14
\OpenTripol, 14
\optoCoupler, 12
or, 50
\osr, 59
\ote, 59
output, 38
P, 24
Package
multido, 3
pst-circ, 3, 4, 7, 55, 83
pst-node, 3
pst-xkey, 3
pstricks, 3
parallel, 17, 18
\pcline, 37
plcaddress, 59
plcsymbol, 59
PNP, 9, 10
Index
\potentiometer, 10, 21, 22
primarylabel, 14
programmable, 40
pst-circ, 3, 4, 7, 55, 83
pst-circ.tex, 83
pst-node, 3
pst-xkey, 3
pstricks, 3
\quadripole, 12
quadripoleinput, 43
quadrupole, 16
Quartz, 19
receptor, 15
rectangle, 19, 21
\RelayNOP, 6
\res, 59
reset, 59
\resistor, 4, 13, 19, 20
\resitor, 14
\RFLine, 4, 27
right, 22, 38–43
RS, 53
schottky, 20
secondarylabel, 14
set, 59
\Suppressor, 6
\switch, 5
\swpb, 59
\swtog, 59
Syntax
Collector, 10
Emitter, 10
\tension, 13
tension, 15, 16
tensioncolor, 16
tensionlabel, 16
tensionlabelcolor, 16
tensionlabeloffset, 16
tensionoffset, 16
tensionstyle, 15
tensionwidth, 16
three, 38
thyristor, 20
100
top, 38, 42
\transformer, 12, 14, 21
transformeriprimarylabel, 17
transformerisecondarylabel, 17
\transistor, 8, 24
\transistorFET, 8, 10
transistoribaselabel, 16
transistoricollectorlabel, 16
transistoriemitter, 9
transistoriemitterlabel, 16
transistorinvert, 9
\transistorNMOS, 8
\transistortype, 8
transistortype, 9, 10, 24
triac, 20
triangle, 37, 38
tripole, 7, 16
tripoleconfig, 42
tripoleinput, 42, 43
tripolestyle, 21, 22, 42
TRot, 8
\Tswitch, 10, 21, 22
two, 38
twoCircles, 19
\Ucc, 4
unit, 55
unlatch, 59
Value
:U, 14, 21, 22
and, 49
chemical, 19
crystal, 19
curved, 20
D, 54
elektor, 19–21
elektorchemical, 19
elektorcurved, 20
exnor, 53
exor, 52, 53
FET, 24
french, 22
generator, 15, 16
GTO, 20
highpass, 39
Index
JK, 54
left, 21
nand, 49
nor, 51
not, 51
or, 50
P, 24
PNP, 9, 10
rectangle, 19, 21
right, 22
RS, 53
schottky, 20
thyristor, 20
triac, 20
twoCircles, 19
varistor, 19
zigzag, 19, 21
value, 40
variable, 20, 21
varistor, 19
\wire, 13
\xic, 59
\xio, 59
\Zener, 6
zigzag, 19, 21
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