202015 Sep
TI unveils PSpice simulator for analogue IC desgn
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Electronicspecifier
Summary

"Choosing the right simulation software can make or break a design, as it should accelerate development, not hinder it," said Kevin Anderson, practice leader for power, automotive and industrial semiconductor research at Omdia. Leveraging Cadence’s advanced simulation technology, using PSpice for TI reduces the risk of circuit errors with full validation of system-level designs before prototype. Advanced capabilities include automatic measurements and post-processing, as well as Monte Carlo and worst-case analysis, enabling engineers to fully validate their designs over a wide range of operating conditions and device tolerances with just a few clicks. Product evaluation takes less time with synchronised library updates, which eliminate the need to manually import the latest TI models individually. "Cadence PSpice is the trusted signoff simulator for power supplies, internet of things devices and other electronics in a wide range of markets, including healthcare, aerospace and defense, and automotive," said Tom Beckley, senior vice president and general manager of the Custom IC and PCB Group at Cadence.

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