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Posted on Apr 29, 2014
With the 16.6 PSpice release, you now have a new AES 256-bit encryption algorithm. This makes the encryption utility of PSpice and the Model Editor both faster and more robust. You will still be able to decrypt models encrypted using the DES algorithm available in earlier releases. Both used-defined and multi-command line modes are supported.
Posted on Jan 24, 2014
PSpice comes with 10’s of thousands of library parts from many different vendors and regions. The sheer volume of parts that you are presented with can make it hard to find the kind of part that you’re looking for. If you know the exact number of the part you’re looking for that certainly makes it easier, but what if you just want to find something more generic without knowing the exact part number?
Posted on Dec 19, 2013
Most SPICE simulators are really good at simulating circuits and showing you what the outputs will be but, on their own, they don’t do anything to bring attention to components that may be stressed or overloaded.
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
Graphing the Open Loop Gain of a circuit can be a challenging and time consuming task in PSpice because of a few difficulties with the tool that have been overcome in the latest hotfix (V16.6 S017).
Posted on Oct 7, 2013
PSpice 16.6 now provides IBIS model simulation capability. This often requested feature supports: SPICE circuit generation for all IBIS versions, Support for V-T curves, Analog simulation of XNets (use Advanced Analysis tools for smoke analysis on bypass components).
Posted on May 13, 2013
Just a brief blog today to make sure you were aware that PSpice 16.6 now provides 64-bit data precision by default. This ensures a higher precision compared to the 32-bit data. For example, when a very small amplitude voltage is superimposed on a large voltage, the resulting voltage loses its resolution, displaying staircase waveforms. With 64-bit precision, for the same signal, a perfect ramp waveform is displayed.

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