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 Difference between OrCAD EE Designer V16.6 and EE Designer Plus V16.6 

Last post Tue, Mar 19 2013 4:59 AM by alokt. 2 replies.
Started by madhuraj 18 Mar 2013 04:50 AM. Topic has 2 replies and 1093 views
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  • Mon, Mar 18 2013 4:50 AM

    • madhuraj
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    Difference between OrCAD EE Designer V16.6 and EE Designer Plus V16.6 Reply

    Hi,

    I was trying to purchase the professional version Pspice. Basically my present requirement is to perform some sort of stability analysis on a circuit which is not very complicated. Also need to do some tolerance analysis on the circuit. When I checked up, it looks like if I need to perform tolerance analysis I need to have Pspice Advanced Analysis version. Can anybody confirm this, because I was even able to perform a tolerance analysis with the Lite version, but there were restriction based on the number of components. Any info will be highly appreciated

    Best regards

    Madhuraj

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  • Mon, Mar 18 2013 4:52 AM

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    Re: Difference between OrCAD EE Designer V16.6 and EE Designer Plus V16.6 Reply

    By the way I forgot to mention, the Plus version has the Advance Analysis option,

    Best regards

    Madhuraj

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  • Tue, Mar 19 2013 4:59 AM

    • alokt
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    Re: Difference between OrCAD EE Designer V16.6 and EE Designer Plus V16.6 Reply

    PSpice supports tolerance analysis. One can perform Montecarlo and Sensitivity analysis using PSpice as well as PSpice Adv Analysis. Each of these analysis can be performed for any one goal in PSpice. With PSpice Adv Analysis (PSpiceAA) one can do these for multiple goals simultaneously. PSpiceAA also offers a tool for Stress test (Smoke Analysis), Optimizer and Parametric Plotter. You can get the details for these at http://www.cadence.com/rl/Resources/datasheets/pcb_pspice_simulation_ds.pdf

     

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