Learn how simulation and measurements can improve your circuit design flow by increasing productivity, reducing prototype iterations, and shortening your product’s time to market.
At this FREE, half-day seminar, discover the advantages of integrating simulation and virtual instrumentation into your design flow. Also explore how you can successfully use SPICE modeling and advanced circuit analysis in combination with measurements in National Instruments Multisim software to vastly improve the way you design circuits.
Simulation can help you uncover design errors much earlier in your process – long before the first prototypes arrive from manufacturing. At this session, experiment with alternate components or modify the values of existing components to quickly iterate and improve the performance of key circuits. Also use powerful and sophisticated analyses such as Monte Carlo and worst case to evaluate design effectiveness. Then prove the design and prototype stages using advances in measurement science to clear the path to successful product implementation.
This seminar also includes several NI measurement product demonstrations showcasing the use of measurements in custom circuit design. In addition, learn how you can combine the NI commercial off-the-shelf approach with the capability to create custom hardware to develop highly customized hybrid prototyping and deployment systems.
Design topics featured:
Introduction to NI Multisim for SPICE modeling in circuit design
NI LabVIEW and virtual instrumentation for interactive simulation
Incorporation of real stimulus data into simulation
Analyses to verify design (AC, Monte Carlo, and so on)
Design verification of circuit prototypes by using simulation results as output to real-world circuitry
Introduction to NI Ultiboard for integrated PCB layout
Creation of hybrid prototyping systems using LabVIEW and NI hardware products
NI ELVIS (Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite)
NI CompactRIO (reconfigurable I/O)
Who should atted:
New Multisim users
Freeware users and evaluators
LabVIEW users with interests in circuit design and layout
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