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Analog Design and Simulation using OrCAD Capture and PSpice
 
 

Analog Design and Simulation using OrCAD Capture and PSpice, 1st Edition

 
Analog Design and Simulation using OrCAD Capture and PSpice, 1st Edition,Dennis Fitzpatrick,ISBN9780080970950
 
 
 

  

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The practical guide to using Capture-PSpice to learn both circuit design and simulation. Gets readers up and running quickly and efficiently with this industry standard software.

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Key Features

    • Provides both a comprehensive user guide, and a detailed overview of simulation
    • Each chapter has worked and ready to try sample designs and provides a wide range of to-do exercises
    • Core skills are developed using a running case study circuit
    • Covers Capture and PSpice together for the first time

     

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    Analog Design and Simulation using OrCAD Capture and PSpice provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the Cadence/OrCAD family of Electronic Design Automation software for analog design and simulation. Organized into 22 chapters, each with exercises at the end, it explains how to start Capture and set up the project type and libraries for PSpice simulation. It also covers the use of AC analysis to calculate the frequency and phase response of a circuit and DC analysis to calculate the circuits bias point over a range of values. The book describes a parametric sweep, which involves sweeping a parameter through a range of values, along with the use of Stimulus Editor to define transient analog and digital sources. It also examines the failure of simulations due to circuit errors and missing or incorrect parameters, and discusses the use of Monte Carlo analysis to estimate the response of a circuit when device model parameters are randomly varied between specified tolerance limits according to a specified statistical distribution. Other chapters focus on the use of worst-case analysis to identify the most critical components that will affect circuit performance, how to add and create PSpice models, and how the frequency-related signal and dispersion losses of transmission lines affect the signal integrity of high-speed signals via the transmission lines. Practitioners, researchers, and those interested in using the Cadence/OrCAD professional simulation software to design and analyze electronic circuits will find the information, methods, compounds, and experiments described in this book extremely useful.

    Readership

    Professional electronics design engineers, advanced amateur electronics designers, electronic engineering students and professors looking for a book with a real-world design outlook.

    Dennis Fitzpatrick

    Dr Fitzpatrick is a Reader in Biomedical Engineering at The University of West London, where he also leads the Biomedical Engineering Research Group. He has a BEng degree in Electronic Engineering, a PhD in Bioengineering and is a Chartered Electronics Engineer and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. His primary research interest is in the use of Functional Electrical Simulation (FES) for the restoration of bladder function and restoration of gait in stroke and spinal cord injured patients. His research focuses on the design and development of implantable medical systems. His recent book 'Analogue Design and Simulation using OrCAD Capture and PSpice', also published by Elsevier, has sold worldwide to highly acclaimed reviews in numerous prestigious electronic engineering journals such as EDN and Electronic Times and is officially endorsed by Cadence Design Systems.

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Reader, Institute for Practice, Interdisciplinary Research and Enterprise (INSPIRE), University of West London, UK

    Analog Design and Simulation using OrCAD Capture and PSpice, 1st Edition

    Preface Instructions Chapter 1 Getting Started     1.1 Starting Capture     1.2 Creating a PSpice Project     1.3 Symbols and Parts     1.4 Design Templates     1.5 Summary     1.6 Exercises     1.7 Extra Library Work Chapter 2 DC Bias Point Analysis     2.1 Netlist Generation     2.2 Displaying Bias Points     2.3 Save Bias Point     2.4 Load Bias Point     2.5 Exercises Chapter 3 DC Analysis     3.1 DC Voltage Sweep     3.2 Markers     3.3 Exercises Chapter 4 AC Analysis     4.1 Simulation Parameters     4.2 AC Markers     4.3 Exercises Chapter 5 Parametric Sweep     5.1 Property Editor     5.2 Exercises Chapter 6 Stimulus Editor     6.1 Stimulus Editor Transient Sources     6.2 User-generated Time?Voltage Waveforms     6.3 Simulation Profiles     6.4 Exercise Chapter 7 Transient Analysis     7.1 Simulation Settings     7.2 Scheduling     7.3 Check Points     7.4 Defining a Time?Voltage Stimulus using Text Files     7.5 Exercises Chapter 8 Convergence Problems and Error Messages     8.1 Common Error Messages     8.2 Establishing a Bias Point     8.3 Convergence Issues     8.4 Simulation Settings Options     8.5 Exercises Chapter 9 Transformers     9.1 Linear Transformer     9.2 Non-linear Transformer     9.3 Predefined Transformers     9.4 Exercises Chapter 10 Monte Carlo Analysis     10.1 Simulation Settings     10.2 Adding Tolerance Values     10.3 Exercises Chapter 11 Worst Case Analysis     11.1 Sensitivity Analysis     11.2 Worst Case Analysis     11.3 Adding Tolerances     11.4 Collating Functions     11.5 Exercise Chapter 12 Performance Analysis     12.1 Measurement Functions     12.2 Measurement Definitions     12.3 Exercises Chapter 13 Analog Behavioral Models     13.1 ABM devices     13.2 Exercises Chapter 14 Noise Analysis     14.1 Noise Types     14.2 Total Noise Contributions     14.3 Running a Noise Analysis     14.4 Noise Definitions     14.5 Exercise Chapter 15 Temperature Analysis     15.1 Temperature Coefficients     15.2 Running a Temperature Analysis     15.3 Exercises Chapter 16 Adding and Creating PSpice Models     16.1 Capture Properties for a PSpice Part     16.2 PSpice Model Definition     16.3 Subcircuits     16.4 Model Editor     16.5 Exercises Chapter 17 Transmission Lines     17.1 Ideal Transmission Lines     17.2 Lossy Transmission Lines     17.3 Exercises Chapter 18 Digital Simulation     18.1 Digital Device Models     18.2 Digital Circuits     18.3 Digital Simulation Profile     18.4 Displaying Digital Signals     18.5 Exercises Chapter 19 Mixed Simulation     19.1 Exercises Chapter 20 Creating Hierarchical Designs     20.1 Hierarchical Ports and Off-page Connectors     20.2 Hierarchical Blocks and Symbols     20.3 Passing Parameters     20.4 Hierarchical Netlist     20.5 Exercises Chapter 21 Magnetic Parts Editor     21.1 Design Cycle     21.2 Exercises Chapter 22 Test Benches     22.1 Selection of Test Bench Parts     22.2 Unconnected Floating Nets     22.3 Comparing and Updating Differences between the Master Design and Test Bench Designs     22.4 Exercises Appendix Index

    Quotes and reviews

    "This book provides step-by-step guidance to using Capture and PSpice by providing a comprehensive user’s guide and detailed overview of the simulation methods…This book is highly recommended for anyone learning capture and PSpice modeling."--IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, July-August 2013
    "This text is recommended for those who want to learn how to model electrical circuits because the reader will quickly learn about the core skills necessary to use this very popular software package and is well worth the price of the book…This book is highly recommended for anyone learning capture and PSpice modeling."--IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, July/August 2013
    "…exceptionally easy to follow. It has clear explanations, lots of graphics showing the Capture and PSpice user interfaces, and detailed step-by-step instructions…this 300-page book covers a lot of ground! It also has something for just about everybody, novice and expert alike."--Cadence.com, February 20, 2013
    "This is a great introduction to a complex subject…"--EDN.com, February 21, 2013
    "In the EDA sector, there are a lot of books about research and new techniques, or how to learn and use new languages, but there are not many how-to, practical books that enable you to come up to speed with a tool. The book has divided the problem into many parts and each is tackled at a reasonable pace…This is a great introduction to a complex subject…I highly recommend it for anyone looking at this subject for the first time."--EDN.com

     
     

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