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Posted on Sep 16, 2021
This tutorial demonstrates the “Save As” and “Archive” features in version 17.4 (2021).
Posted on Sep 16, 2021
This tutorial demonstrates use of the Modeling Application in version 17.4 (2021).
Posted on Sep 16, 2021
This tutorial demonstrates how to setup additional PSpice simulations in version 17.4 (2021).
Posted on Sep 16, 2021
This tutorial demonstrates how to setup a PSpice simulation in version 17.4 (2021).
Posted on Sep 16, 2021
This tutorial demonstrates how to connect and wire PSpice parts in version 17.4 (2021).
Posted on Sep 16, 2021
This tutorial introduces OrCAD PSpice Designer version 17.4 (2021). OrCAD PSpice Designer allows you to perform accurate advanced mixed signal simulation with direct integration to OrCAD Capture, access to extensive model libraries, multiple simulation options, and comprehensive waveform analysis and reporting to verify your schematic design functionality.
Posted on Aug 27, 2021
Realistic simulations are required to ensure the functionality of your schematic designs. With this in mind, many manufacturers will create accurate spice models of their components for use in your simulation; however, they might not always be in the required format. With the Model Editor in PSpice you can create a custom PSpice model from text files or other models found on the internet.
Posted on Mar 27, 2020
This tutorial will provide step-by-step instructions on how to use the SI Design Setup wizard and SigXplorer included in OrCAD PCB Designer Professional to perform analysis for your high-speed signals in version 17.4.
Posted on Mar 8, 2019
How do you know if a component will fail in your circuit? As the designer, it’s your job to ensure that the parts in your design are within their stress limitations. This can be tedious and time consuming, so shortcuts are usually taken. These shortcuts can range from not doing anything to only measuring certain components in your design that you feel are particularly stressed. This may lead to oversights which can manifest themselves as component failures in the lab or the field.
Posted on May 16, 2017
Freeware is great and can be a wonderful way to help expand the use of simulation and provide a great learning ground for users. However, when you are using simulation results to verify design performance, reliability, and quality for commercial products, certain items are important to consider before relying on freeware.

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