CTAN update: circuitikz
Version 0.9.0 (2019-05-10) - Added Romano Giannetti as a contributor - Added a CONTRIBUTING file - Added options for solving the voltage direction problems. - Adjusted ground symbols to better match ISO standard, added new symbols - Added new sources (cute european versions, noise sources) - Added new types of amplifiers, and options to flip inputs and outputs - Added bidirectional diodes (diac) thanks to Andre Lucas Chinazzo - Added L,R,C sensors (with european, american and cute variants) - Added stacked labels (thanks to the original work by Claudio Fiandrino) - Make the position of voltage symbols adjustable - Make the position of arrows in FETs and BJTs adjustable - Added chips (DIP, QFP) with a generic number of pins - Added special anchors for transformers (and fixed the wrong center anchor) - Changed the logical port implementation to multiple inputs (thanks to John Kormylo) with border anchors. - Added several symbols: bulb, new switches, new antennas, loudspeaker, microphone, coaxial connector, viscoelastic element - Make most components fillable - Added the oscilloscope component and several new instruments - Added viscoelastic element - Added a manual section on how to define new components - Fixed american voltage symbols and allow to customize them - Fixed placement of straightlabels in several cases - Fixed a bug about straightlabels (thanks to @fotesan) - Fixed labels spacing so that they are independent on scale factor - Fixed the position of text labels in amplifiers
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/graphics/pgf/contrib/circuitikz More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/circuitikz
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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CircuiTikZ – Draw electrical networks with TikZ
The package provides a set of macros for naturally typesetting electrical and (somewhat less naturally, perhaps) electronic networks.
It is designed as a tool that is easy to use, with a lean syntax, native to LaTeX, and directly supporting PDF output format. It has therefore been based on the very impressive PGF/TikZ package.
|Copyright||2007–2020 Massimo Redaelli|
2013–2020 Stefan Erhardt
2015–2020 Stefan Lindner
2018–2020 Romano Giannetti
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