Webinar: Boost Your Circuit Simulation Performance with PSpice Engine
Filters, amplifiers, linear and switched-mode power supplies, and other analog/mixed-signal designs require rigorous verification and analysis to ensure that they will perform to their design specifications. When violation of component operating limits cause failures, or component value (or parameter) variations lead to yield problems, you could face increased costs, missed schedules, or field failures. Cadence® PSpice® analog and mixed-signal simulator and PSpice Advanced Analysis address these issues, simplifying the complexities of mixed-signal verification, performing “what if” analysis, and validating the complete system check for failures.
Join our FREE WEBINAR to learn:
- New mixed-signal PCB design and analysis capabilities in PSpice technology
- How to maximize simulation speed using improved performance and convergence options
- How to create custom models using PSpice magnetic parts editor for switch-mode power supplies
- About quick and easy virtual prototyping using the PSpice device model interface capability
- How you can expedite design time using ease-of-use enhancements and customization options
After joining the webinar, you should have a better understanding of the new features and capabilities in our PSpice mixed-signal simulator. You should also come away armed with ways to use PSpice Advanced Analysis capabilities to improve productivity, reduce cost, and enhance the overall reliability of your designs. In addition, you’ll get an overview of PSpice.com, the new PSpice web portal and user community.
Date: Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM EDT | 60 mins
Location: Online (Login information will be emailed to you)
Presentor: John Carney, Staff Application Engineer, Cadence
Who should attend:
- Engineers who design analog and mixed-signal circuitry
- Engineers concerned about mitigating design risks before moving towards manufacturing
- Engineers interested in learning how to optimize design time by automating code generations
- Electrical engineers interested in optimizing circuit performance and reducing cost
Sign up to attend our webinar today!
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