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Posted on Feb 15, 2014
Injecting random noise into your circuit in PSpice has typically been a challenging task due to the additional PWL source needed and the creation and configuration of that source’s file for transient simulations. In the latest release of PSpice (16.6 hotfix 022), PSpice now supports a variety of Randomization functions to make this and some other situations a whole lot easier.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
One of the biggest annoyances in any SPICE-based simulator occurs when you run a simulation and receive back a convergence error with loads of node voltages and currents to sift through and figure out where it all went wrong. It stops your simulation dead in its tracks and requires you to loosen the tolerances in the simulation in order to continue on.
Posted on Aug 28, 2013
Taking a step back from your board and trying to find out if there are any trace impedance issues or areas where coupling is too great can be a very difficult and time consuming task. Using the capabilities in Cadence’s new Sigrity tools can make this a very simple job.
Posted on May 12, 2013
Make Inductors, Zeners and Sources easily with the new PSpice Modeling Apps. If you have PSpice v16.6 with ISR 006 (Interim Service Release) or higher, you have all that is needed to run the new PSpice Modeling Apps available for free from Cadence on the OrCAD Marketplace.

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