Design with confidence using these free tools for circuit simulation, design optimization and product selection. Follow the links to learn more and download the free tools or start using the web-based tools to solve amplifier and linear product design issues.
A free, downloadable version of National Instrumentations Multisim 11 Circuit Simulation Software, tailored for evaluating ADI components.
Downloadable calculator for designing differential amplifier circuits.
This tool will help with the selection, evaluation and troubleshooting of voltage feedback Op-Amps. It uses typical data to model the behavior of a selected amplifier. It allows a user to select an amplifier, configure a circuit, apply a signal and evaluate the performance. It is useful for checking an amplifier's spec's such as Bandwidth, Slew Rate, Input/Output Range, Gain Error, Load Current, Stability Issues and DC Errors in a given circuit.
This new online tool simplifies filter design process with intuitive user-interface and easily accessible tutorials and help.
This new online tool speeds up the process of selecting and designing the best circuit for your particular photodiode applications.
Use this interactive online tool to illustrate range, gain and accuracy issues in photodiode pre-amplifiers.
Provides step-by-step guidance for product selection and design solution for analog and analog-to-digital bridge applications.
Driving capacitive loads can be challenging for op amps. Stability, bandwidth, and settling time are all concerns when capacitive loads are involved. This tool helps prevent and remedy any potential issues that might arise when driving capacitive loads.
This calculator helps estimate error contributions in your instrumentation amplifier circuit.
A tool to convert between standard units of power measurement and signal strength.
A calculator for estimating junction temperature from power dissipation and packaging/heatsink characteristics.
Use this tool to calculate error due to thermocouple nonlinearity.
This tool uses step-by-step approach to help you find the best voltage reference for your application based on design parameters and estimate its output based on various error sources.