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A famous textual circuit simulator with a number of graphic front-ends. Please tag with the precise flavor used (e.g. Pspice, LTspice, ngspice, Multisim, Proteus, Qucs) whenever appropriate (e.g. syntax or debugging) because there are substantive differences between implementations.

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be truly floating unless you are doing something highly specialized, such as producing flash memory. You should find that, when the gate is driven in a sensible manner, then SPICE and experimentation … will roughly agree. SPICE just sees the small capacitance and leaves the gate potential at its initial conditions unless influenced to do otherwise. …
answered Aug 18 '18 by Andrey Akhmetov