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Author Báez López, David.

Title Advanced circuit simulation using Multisim Workbench / David Báez-López, Félix E. Guerrero-Castro, and Ofelia Delfina Cervantes-Villagómez
Published [San Rafael, Calif.] : Morgan & Claypool, [2012]
©2012
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 132 pages) : illustrations
Series Synthesis lectures on digital circuits and systems, 1932-3174 ; #36
Synthesis lectures on digital circuits and systems ; #36. 1932-3166
Contents 1. Models and subcircuits -- 1.1 Editing a component model in multisim -- 1.1.1 Editing a component for use in the same circuit only -- 1.1.2 Editing a component in the database -- 1.2 Creating subcircuits in multisim -- 1.2.1 Subcircuit to be located in the database -- 1.3 Conclusions -- 1.4 Problems -- Bibliography
2. Transmission lines -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Parameters of lossless transmission lines -- 2.3 Examples -- 2.4 Conclusions -- 2.5 Problems -- Bibliography
3. Other types of analyses -- 3.1 Sensitivity analysis -- 3.2 Noise analysis -- 3.3 Monte Carlo and worst case analyses -- 3.3.1 Monte Carlo analysis -- 3.3.2 Worst case analysis -- 3.4 Parametric analysis -- 3.5 Temperature effects -- 3.6 Conclusions -- 3.7 Problems
4. Simulating microcontrollers -- 4.1 Introduction to multisim MCU -- 4.2 Multisim MCU basics -- 4.2.1 Included microcontroller models -- 4.2.2 MCU wizard -- 4.3 Debugging tools -- 4.4 Peripheral devices -- 4.5 Examples -- 4.6 Conclusions
5. PCB design with ultiboard -- 5.1 Basics of PCB design -- 5.1.1 Let the computer do the routing -- 5.1.2 Manually routing a design -- 5.2 Step-by-step examples -- 5.2.1 Selecting the operational amplifier -- 5.2.2 Selecting resistors -- 5.2.3 Selecting headers -- 5.2.4 Transferring the design to ultiboard -- 5.3 Fabrication -- 5.4 Conclusions -- Authors' biographies
Summary Multisim is now the de facto standard for circuit simulation. It is a SPICE-based circuit simulator which combines analog, discrete-time, and mixed-mode circuits. In addition, it is the only simulator which incorporates microcontroller simulation in the same environment. It also includes a tool for printed circuit board design. Advanced Circuit Simulation Using Multisim Workbench is a companion book to Circuit Analysis Using Multisim, published by Morgan & Claypool in 2011. This new book covers advanced analyses and the creation of models and subcircuits. It also includes coverage of transmission lines, the special elements which are used to connect components in PCBs and integrated circuits. Finally, it includes a description of Ultiboard, the tool for PCB creation from a circuit description in Multisim. Both books completely cover most of the important features available for a successful circuit simulation with Multisim
Analysis Monte Carlo analysis
circuit simulation
electrical circuits
electronic circuits
microcontroller simulations
models
noise
printed- circuit board design
sensitivity analysis
subcircuits
temperature analysis
transmission lines
worst-case analysis
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (Morgan & Claypool, viewed Feb. 29, 2012)
Subject Multisim.
Digital electronics -- Computer simulation.
Electric circuit analysis.
Electric circuits -- Computer simulation.
Electronic circuits -- Computer simulation.
Microcontrollers -- Computer simulation.
Printed circuits -- Design.
Form Electronic book
Author Cervantes-Villagómez, Ofelia Delfina.
Guerrero-Castro, Félix E.
ISBN 1608458040
1608458059 (electronic bk.)
9781608458042
9781608458059 (electronic bk.)
(paperback)