Circuit Design - Simulation

CRUMB - 3D Circuit Simulator

Fully realized in 3D, you can construct prototype circuits as you would at the workbench without the risk of terminal component failure or the hassle of ordering individual components. Powerful Realtime 3D Electronic Circuit Simulator

EE-Sim Design and Simulation Tools

The EE-Sim® DC-DC Converter Tool uses your requirements to quickly create a complete power design including a schematic, BOM with commercially available parts, and time and frequency domain simulations.

PSpice for TI design and simulation tool

PSpice® for TI is a design and simulation environment that helps evaluate functionality of analog circuits. This full-featured, design and simulation suite uses an analog analysis engine from Cadence®. Available at no cost, PSpice for TI includes one of the largest model libraries in the industry, spanning our analog and power portfolio, as well as select analog behavioral models. The PSpice for TI design and simulation environment allows you to simulate complex mixed-signal designs with its built-in library. Create complete end equipment designs and prototype your solutions before you commit to layout and fabrication, reducing time to market and development cost.

Antares - Digital Circuit Simulator

A free, powerful platform for designing, simulating and explaining digital circuits. One of the most important design goals of Antares is to enable the user to explore all the components of a circuit in order to understand its operation as deeply and thoroughly as possible. For this reason, the basic library contains rather few programmed components. Instead, standard components like flip-flops or registers are available as complete subcircuits in the standard library, which the user can open and observe during circuit design and simulation. The software is available for both Windows and Mac.

Maxim EE-Sim OASIS Simulation Tool

SIMPLIS (SIMulation of Piecewise LInear Systems) is a circuit simulator specifically designed to handle the simulation challenges of switching power systems. Like SPICE, SIMPLIS works at the component level but typically can perform a transient analysis of a switching circuit 10 to 50 times faster. For switching power systems, the piecewise linear (PWL) modeling and simulation techniques employed by SIMPLIS result in qualitatively superior convergence behavior compared to SPICE. Learn more ›