# CircDia

## a LaTeX package for drawing circuit diagrams

### by Stefan Krause

Welcome to my LaTeX CircDia web page and thank you for visiting!

You can download the complete LaTeX package as a ZIP file here (2023/03/15).

You can download its documentation as a PDF file here (2023/03/15 – in German).

Acknowledgements to: T. Bertel, N. Johnson, A. Körner, G. Lasser, H. Sankowski, O. Scholz, F. Xaver.

You can also download the LaTeX source files separately:

- circdia.sty: the main package (version 9.1, 2023/03/15)
- cd-autoref.sty: the extension for automatic part referencing (version 1.4)
- cd-block.sty: the extension for control or telecommunication engineering block symbols such as transfer functions or summation points (version 3.1a, 2023/02/19)
- cd-color.sty: the extension for coloring such as colored voltage arrows or resistor stripes (version 1.1, 2023/03/10)
- cd-diag.sty: the extension for diagonally placed parts such as bridges or star shapes (version 1.0)
- cd-digital.sty: the extension for digital technology symbols such as gates or flipflops (version 2.2b, 2021/06/16)
- cd-graph.sty: the extension for graphs such as Cartesian plots or Bode diagrams (version 1.2)
- cd-ic.sty: the extension for integrated circuits such as linear or TTL ICs (version 3.0a, 2019/11/09)
- cd-mech.sty: the extension for mechanical objects such as wire symbols or technical dimensioning (version 1.3)
- cd-passive.sty: the extension for additional passive part symbols such as PTCs or iron cores (version 1.3, 2019/12/15)
- cd-semicon.sty: the extension for additional semiconductor symbols such as thyristors or triacs (version 3.1, 2023/03/15)
- cd-srcmeas.sty: the extension for additional source and measurement symbols such as batteries or voltmeters (version 2.1, 2023/02/19)
- cd-switch.sty: the extension for additional switch symbols such as push-buttons or relays (version 1.5a, 2021/03/01)