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What's Good About AMS Simulator New Design Templates? They’re in the SPB16.3 Release!

Comments(0)Filed under: AMS simulation, Schematic, AMS simulator, SPB 16.3, Design Entry, AMS, pspice, SPB16.3

What's Good About AMS Simulator New Design Templates? They're in the SPB16.3 Release!What's Good About AMS Simulator New Design Templates? They're in the SPB16.3 Release!What's Good About AMS Simulator New Design Templates? They're in the SPB16.3 Release!What's Good About AMS Simulator New Design Templates? They're in the SPB16.3 Release!The SPB16.3 release of Allegro AMS Simulator now provides a set of design templates covering basic electronics circuits and SMPS topologies. These design templates cover the range of analog, digital, and mixed designs.

You can use the new design templates, which are a combination of design and simulation profiles, as a starting point for new designs. These templates are also suitable for learning and demonstration purposes.

When you create a new project, you can select the “Create based upon and existing
project
” in the Create PSpice Project dialog box to select from a list of a large number of design templates.


 
The design templates available under different design categories are -


Analog Circuits:

Basic electronics circuits

Op-Amp based Differentiator and Integrator
Clipper Circuits
Clamper Circuits:
Zener Diode Circuits

Voltage multipliers

Half Wave Voltage Doubler
Full Wave Voltage Doubler

Switch Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)

DC-DC Converters:
Buck
Boost
Buck-Boost
Flyback
Single Switch Forward Converter
Double Switch Forward Converter


Digital Circuits:

Counters

Mod-10
Ring
Ripple
Ripple-Down
Up-Down
Johnson
Decade

Shift Registers

Parallel In-Serial Out
Serial In-Parallel Out
Left - Right
 

I look forward to your feedback on this new SPB16.3 capability in AMS Simulator.

 

Jerry "GenPart" Grzenia

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