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'PSpice Designer' - Accurate, Fast, Powerful

PSpice is recognised around the world as the most accurate SPICE simulator for mixed signal, SPICE-based, circuit simulations.

As a result, more PSpice component behavioural models are provided by more vendors - including TI, Renesas, Berkeley, National Semiconductor, STMicro - than any in other SPICE model format. In 2017, that amounts to more than 35,000+ free PSpice resistor, inductor, capacitor, bipolar transistor, transmission line, non-linear magnetic core, MOSFET, GaAsFET and IGBT models. Plus, most IC vendors provide free PSpice simulation models.

In fact, there are more than 35,000 free models to get you from layout to simulation faster and to help you explore more 'what ifs' more quickly and more accurately.

There's even a dedicated PSpice user forum that's packed with tips, tutorials and expert community member support to speed you along.

But that's just the start.

PSpice is the only solution with tight integration with system level solutions such as MATLAB/Simulink, C/C++/SystemC and Verilog A-ADMS. That means you can create 'virtual prototypes' of complete products (including their mechanicals, hydraulics, etc), not just circuits.

It's also fully integrated with Cadence's PCB and IC design suites, which means it delivers the most comprehensive and most advanced analysis capabilities to reduce PCB design costs, and improve PCB reliability and yield.

Get up to 40% OFF the RRP when you buy bundled products.

PSpice Standard is the gateway to all of Cadence's advanced circuit simulation and design optimisation products - including Advanced Analysis and SLPS.

Advanced Analysis - unique to PSpice

Only PSpice opens the door to more advanced design analysis options, with tools such as 'Design Optimizer' (available with PSpice Advanced Analysis, that automatically optimises your BOMs based on your performance and price targets) and SLPS (Cadence's unique co-simulation environment for adding PSpice 'blocks' to Simulink® system-level models) making PSpice the undisputed leader in design verification and optimisation.

Why PSpice, not free SPICE?

Because PSpice is NOT the product of an electronics component supplier looking to leverage sales of its own components by creating SPICE models for its own parts - and only its own parts - PSpice is backed by a team of developers who continue to refine and enhance the capabilities of this flagship application.

The outcome is a more powerful mixed-signal simulation tool that's recognised around the world as being 'best of breed'.

An Introduction to PSpice

An Introduction to 'Advanced Analysis'

An Introduction to PSpice/Simulink co-simulation

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What's New in PSpice Designer 17.2-2016

Virtual Prototyping
New functionality for automating the code generation for multilevel abstraction models written in C/C++, and SystemC, VerilogA-ADMS, and a set of behavioral analog devices and controlled sources.

64 Bit Simulation Engine and Result Analysis
Leverage full potential of compute platform to perform simulation and waveform analysis on extremely large designs.

New functions for Behavioral models
A set of Delay() functions to introduce delay in behavioral models or controlled sources.

... in the selection of overview and how-to videos below.

New Models
Models for TinySwitch-III family devices and new Opto-coupler devices have been added.

Support for TCL 8.6
Now available in 17.2 versions of Capture and PSpice/

  • product overview videos
  • instructional videos and notes
  • whitepapers
  • links to useful Cadence support and resource sites

  • Video Library

    PSpice Virtual Simulation

    PSpice Simulation with
    Arduino-driven Sensors

    HOW TO Tutorial:
    PSpice Virtual Prototyping

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