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This tutorial demonstrates the “Save As” and “Archive” features in version 17.4 (2021).
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a Smart PDF of your schematic design in version 17.4 (2021) that you can view from a PDF reader. The Smart PDF includes a hierarchy that you can navigate...
This tutorial demonstrates use of the Modeling Application in version 17.4 (2021).
This tutorial demonstrates how to setup additional PSpice simulations in version 17.4 (2021).
This tutorial demonstrates how to setup a PSpice simulation in version 17.4 (2021).
This tutorial demonstrates how to connect and wire PSpice parts in version 17.4 (2021).
This tutorial demonstrates how to place PSpice parts into a Capture schematic in version 17.4 (2021).
Switching activity in ICs determines dynamic power consumption. You can use switching activity to measure power consumption of a device with high accuracy.
The normalized effective transient thermal impedance helps designers analyze the junction temperature of a semiconductor device during pulsed current operation.
This tutorial introduces OrCAD PSpice Designer version 17.4 (2021). OrCAD PSpice Designer allows you to perform accurate advanced mixed signal simulation with direct integration to OrCAD Capture,...
Have you ever wondered what the parasitic capacitance of an inductor does to your layout? Learn more in this article.
Phase noise and jitter in digital electronics define how a signal experiences random variations in edge rates in the time and frequency domains.
Understanding the differences between FinFETs vs. MOSFETs can help you choose the best field-effect transistor for your IC design.
Wondering what the difference between the boundary element method vs. the finite element method is? Numerical modeling using BEM uses boundary discretization whereas FEM uses domain discretization.
Depending on the nature of their application, flexible printed circuits have unique requirements for footprints.