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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 Feb 10, 2019
Need Valentine’s Day cards for the Engineers in your life or are you an engineer wanting to spread the electrical love? Check out our Engineering-themed Valentine's Day Cards.
Posted on Feb 10, 2019
This Valentine's Day, try out these equations for love in PSpice and see what comes of it.
Posted on Jan 2, 2018
It’s that time of year again where we here at EMA stop to look at what content our readers found the most helpful. We have covered numerous topics this year from quick tutorials to top 10 lists (and even cheat sheets). As we approach the new year, we wanted to pull together our 10 most popular posts—helping you get 2018 started on the best possible foot with OrCAD.
Posted on Jun 9, 2017
The newest incremental OrCAD release (17.2 2016 QIR3) is available now. In our effort to constantly be raising the bar, there are many new and exciting features now available including, but not limited to 3D Canvas enhancements in OrCAD PCB Editor. These incremental releases deliver new OrCAD features in between major releases and are available to all customers on maintenance.
Posted on Jun 8, 2017
The new enhancements in PSpice Advanced Analysis (AA) allow users to run PSpice AA on existing designs without the need to update any parts/models of the design as well as many more functional enhancements. The videos included in this resource will go over the upgrades in more detail.
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.
Posted on Mar 17, 2017
Co-Simulation of interconnected power electronics using Simulink-PSpice interface and components defined in C/C++ and SystemC presentation
Posted on Mar 17, 2017
When designing a complete system, you have to simulate and model the entire system, understanding the effects of the electronics that are controlling and monitoring the mechanical, thermal, and hydraulic parts of your system, in addition to simulating the effects of mechanical portions on the electronic portion of your system. In today’s competitive design world, many companies are creating complicated devices and have little to no room for error or delays. With Cadence’s PSpice and MathWorks Simulink electrical engineers are now provided with a complete system-level simulation solution to PCB design and implementation.

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