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Cadence OrCAD Signal Explorer 


PCB signal integrity analysis and topology exploration

Scalable and cost-effective, OrCAD Signal Explorer helps designers increase circuit reliability and drive known-good interconnect requirements throughout the design process.

Cadence OrCAD Signal Explorer Datasheet »
9 resources found
 
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Introduction to OrCAD 16.6 New Features
Format: .PDF (2.6MB)    Date: 27 Jun 2013
Overview
 8
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Cadence OrCAD Signal Explorer Datasheet
Format: .PDF    Date: 14 Dec 2011
Datasheet
 14
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Using Multipliers for Signal Processing - PSpice Application Note
Format: .PDF    Date: 29 Dec 2009
Application Note
 28
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Analog Behavioral Modeling - PSpice Application Note
Format: .PDF    Date: 29 Dec 2009
Application Note
 40
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Creating “Eye” Displays Using Probe in the PSpice Environment Application Note
Format: .PDF    Date: 29 Dec 2009
Application Note
 14
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What Will Digital Worst-Case Timing Simulation Do For You? - PSpice Application Note
Format: .PDF    Date: 29 Dec 2009
Application Note
 14
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Modeling Voltage-Controlled and Temperature-Dependent - PSpice Application Note
Format: .PDF    Date: 29 Dec 2009
Application Note
 20
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A Nonlinear Capacitor Model for Use in the PSpice Environment - PSpice Application Note
Format: .PDF    Date: 29 Dec 2009
Application Note
 22
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Obtain S-Parameter Data from the Probe Window - PSpice Application Note
Format: .PDF (1MB)    Date: 29 Dec 2009
Application Note
 26
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