This page contains some simulation examples taken directly from the book. For running the SPICE simulations you will need the actual SPICE application. In Linux and Windows operating systems I recommend using ngspice. To open the schematic (.sch) files of the following examples, you'll need the gschem application which is part of the gEDA tools collection for Linux. The mathematical software package Octave is a Matlab clone for the Linux operating system. It is absolutely a perfect tool for numerical analysis. Windows installers of Octave are also available, but in some cases Octave does not work perfectly under the Windows operating system.
The following examples are packaged as .zip files because they consist of two or more files. Just click on the link to download the files.