Posted on May 13, 2016
Senior Manager Santosh Birajdar discusses how Tata was able to use PSpice to help them find design problems early in the design phase, saving crucial time and money spent in building and debugging ECU boards within system prototypes.
Posted on May 9, 2016
Part one of our 4-part, webinar-based series “Root Cause Analysis for General Reliability Issues in Electronics Assembly” focused on the difference between quality and reliability. Within the post,we explained how according to Dr. Ramkumar, the webinar’s presenter, you cannot have reliability without quality and vice versa. Also discussed were ways to help guarantee the components you create are meeting quality and reliability standards. Part two of this series will focus on failure modes and mechanisms.
Posted on May 6, 2016
See what is new in the 17.2-2016 release of PSpice
Posted on May 6, 2016
OrCAD 17.2-2016 release is here. See what is new in OrCAD Capture.
Posted on Apr 18, 2016
Learn how Solid State Logic, a leading manufacturer of professional grade audio mixing solutions, used PSpice to prevent re-spins and avoid unnecessary late stage design changes.
Posted on Apr 6, 2016
Posted on Apr 5, 2016
OrCAD® PSpice® and OrCAD Capture combine to provide industry-leading, schematic entry, native analog, mixed-signal, and analysis engines to deliver a complete circuit simulation and verification solution. Whether you’re prototyping simple circuits or designing complex systems, the PSpice Designer product provides the best circuit-simulation technology to analyze and refine your circuits, components, and parameters before committing to layout and fabrication.
Posted on Mar 17, 2016
Posted on Mar 8, 2016
See the new frequency response analysis capabilities in PSpice 16.6 which allows designers simulating DC-DC converters (ex: switch mode power supplies) to easily calculate open loop gain ensuring circuit performance and stability.
Posted on Mar 7, 2016
OrCAD has recently updated the Sigrity Electrical Rules Checking (ERC) function. OrCAD Sigrity ERC is for electrical verification for OrCAD PCB designs. Other components include a layout editor for floor planning, editing, and constraint management. The ERC module can be launched directly from within the layout editor. This function can help you find electrical issues early in the design stage and improve overall design cycle efficiency.