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What is OrCAD PSpice?
PSpice is a program that is used a simulator for digital logics. It also functions basically as an analog circuit for SPICE that is especially designed for Microsoft Windows. PSpice is short for Personal SPICE and was developed by the company called MicroSim. It was eventually released by the company Cadence Design System after acquiring the said company.
PSpice simulates designs that cater to both digital and analog parts. It supports several simulation models that include pulse width modulators, ADCs, DACs, and IGBTs. The software is equipped with mathematical functions. It also modeling techniques that let users perform precise simulation. It is also capable of debugging. With the use of the software, models for DC inductors and transformers can be simulated and generated.
PSpice is also designed with scalability options. One of these options is called Advanced Analysis that highlights the user of MathWorks MATLAB Simu-link which is also utilized for co-simulation. The software can also be used for conducting temperature and stress analyses. Users can also generate simulation that is electro-mechanical in nature. It is also a platform that functions as Monte Carlo Analysis generator and also as an optimizer of curve-fits.
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Last updated: : March 14, 2022