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What is Tina?
Tina is a program called a circuit simulator, which designs (and then simulates real world operations) on circuits and printed circuit boards (PCBs). Tina also performs analysis and real-time testing of circuits designed this way; Tina can test analog, digital, MCU, HDL, and mixed electronic circuits, and check if their layouts are optimal or erroneous. Other circuits that can be tested via Tina include RF and communication circuits and SMPS. Professionals and engineers use Tina as well to debug MCU code (or generate one if necessary) and test microcontroller applications in a controlled mixed-circuit environment; most users of Tina are either educators in the field of electrical engineering, or electrical engineers themselves.
Tina’s main program which contains all components of the system is called the TINA Design Suite, which comes with free access to TINACloud, a cloud-based system where users can create, run, and simulate their circuit designs online without any installation; it can run on every device, including tablets, smartphones, and smart TVs. Newer versions of Tina also take advantage of multi-core CPUs, allowing it to perform simulations and carry out operations 20 times faster than on a single-core CPU.
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File types supported by Tina
Our users primarily use Tina to open these file types:
About file types supported by Tina
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Last updated: : June 10, 2014