Vidyard - EMA
This Stream includes all of the EMA players
How to Create a Non-Ideal Capacitor SPICE Model
How to Create a Three Phase Source SPICE Model
Introduction to OrCAD Capture: Understanding the User Interface
How to Create a Noise Source SPICE Model
How to Create a Voltage-Controlled Oscillator SPICE Model
How to Create an Impulse Source SPICE Model
How to Create an FM Source SPICE Model
How to Create an Exponential Source SPICE Model
How to Create a Sine Source SPICE Model
How to Create Custom Schematic Symbols for PSpice Models
How to Create a DC Source SPICE Model
How to Create a Pulse Source SPICE Model
How to Create a Piecewise Linear Source SPICE Model
How to Sync the Schematic and PCB in OrCAD
In this video, you will learn how to communicate changes in the schematic to the PCB and vice versa once a design is already in progress.
How to Create IPC Compliant Symbols in OrCAD Capture
An overview of IPC standards (IPC-2612, IEC 60617, and IEEE/ANSI 315 ) and the symbol creation process in OrCAD Capture. Learn how to create a symbol for 32-Pin Atmega 328P from scratch using IPC-2612
OrCAD PSpice Designer Plus
Optimize your design, improve circuit performance, and achieve a comprehensive analysis predicting circuit behavior with OrCAD PSpice Designer Plus.
How to Place Schematic Symbols from Manufacturers
In this video, you will learn how to search the included providers, Samacsys and Ultra Librarian, within OrCAD.
How to Assign PCB Footprints in OrCAD Capture
In this video, you'll learn how to assign PCB footprints to schematic components in OrCAD Capture, in preparation for netlisting.
How to Place Components on the PCB from the Schematic
In this video, you'll learn how to cross-place components from a schematic in OrCAD Capture into a PCB layout in OrCAD PCB Designer.
Advanced Mixed-Signal Simulation and Design Optimization
Accurately simulate mixed-signal circuit behavior for various scenarios to achieve a comprehensive analysis, improve circuit performance, and guarantee design success with OrCAD PSpice.