Norwood, MA (06/25/2014) - Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, today launched ADIsimPE™ (personal edition) simulator for Linear and Mixed Signal applications capable of virtual prototyping for customers with limited resources and fast time-to-market requirements. ADIsimPE is powered by the SIMetrix/SIMPLIS™ simulator and utilizes SIMetrix SPICE for simulation of linear circuits, such as precision references, op amps and linear regulators, and SIMPLIS (SIMulation of Piecewise LInear Systems) for high speed analysis of non-linear circuits such as PLLs and switching power supplies – up to 50 times faster than the leading SPICE based simulators. Download ADIsimPE for free: www.analog.com/ADIsimPE
The web-based ADIsimPower Design Center offers designers a complete, virtual evaluation ecosystem from customer requirements to solution based on a simple and quick 3-step design process aimed at reducing customer risk and dramatically improving time-to-market:
The ADIsimPE simulator includes a library of validated Analog Devices IC models and proven application schematics which can be edited to meet user requirements. For power management applications, system designers can use the intuitive web-based ADIsimPower Design Center to select the best solution based on key parameters such as efficiency, cost, board area and component count. Specific ADIsimPower design tools are used to optimize the design and provide an integrated and seamless ADIsimPE launch option allowing designs to be verified by simulation without having to manually edit any schematics or set-up the simulation parameters. The integration allows the user to quickly achieve accurate results without having to read a datasheet or become an expert in circuit simulation.
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