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OrCAD PSpice Advanced Analysis

Circuit optimization Maximize circuit performance, yield, and reliability

Cadence PSpice Advanced Analysis Tools automatically fine tune your circuits for optimum performance and improved quality by using advanced simulations of critical metrics.

Cadence® PSpice® Advanced Analysis enables engineers to create virtual prototypes of designs and maximize circuit performance automatically. Capabilities such as temperature and Smoke analysis, electro-mechanical simulation, worst-case analysis, Monte Carlo analysis, and automatic performance optimization algorithms improve design quality and maximize circuit performance automatically. These simulation capabilities give designers an in depth understanding of their circuits and lets them go beyond basic validation.


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OrCAD Capture CIS


OrCAD Capture CIS integrates the schematic design application with the features of a component information system (CIS) to streamline production, and help Capture users design more intelligently.

OrCAD PSpice Systems Option


Import PSpice simulation results into the MATLAB Environment and leverage advanced MATLAB plotting capabilities on the simulation results. The Simulink-PSpice Interface provides a design simulation environment for system and circuit level designs. Generate custom plots utilizing MATLAB functions.


OrCAD PSpice Designer suites


Cadence OrCAD PSpice Designer suites provide powerful schematic entry, professional level simulation, and analysis in one streamlined, affordable package.


OrCAD PSpice Advanced Analysis benefits

  • Automatic performance optimization algorithms improve design quality
  • Go beyond just validating designs Sensitivity, Smoke, and Monte Carlo analysis 
  • Parametric Plotter allows sweeping of multiple parameters simultaneously
  • Tight integration with schematic tools for improved accuracy

Monte Carlo Analysis

Monte Carlo predicts the behavior of a circuit statistically when part values are varied within their tolerance range.
Monte Carlo also calculates yield, which can be used for mass manufacturing predictions. Use Monte Carlo for calculating yield based on your specifications calculating statistical data, displaying results in a probability density histogram, and displaying results in a cumulative distribution graph. Define values and objects with perfect syntax.

Smoke (Stress) Analysis

The Smoke analysis warns of stressed components due to power dissipation, increases in junction temperature, secondary breakdowns, or violations of voltage/current limits.
Over time, these components can cause circuit failure. Designers can use Smoke to compare circuit simulation results to a component's safe operating limits. If limits are exceeded, Smoke identifies the problem parameters. It can also be used for creating, modifying, and configuring derate files for use with Smoke analysis.

Sensitivity Analysis

The Sensitivity Analysis identifies which component parameters are critical to the goals of a circuit's performance by examining how each component affects circuit behavior by itself and in comparison to the other components. It allows designers to identify sensitive components and export them to the optimizer to fine-tune circuit behavior. Using this form of analysis designers can make critical tradeoffs to achieve design goals such as performance, stability and cost.

Parametric Plotter

Once a circuit is created and simulated, the parametric plotter is used for sweeping multiple parameters.
Any number of design and model parameters (in any combination) can be swept and results viewed in tabular or plot form. Designers can use the parametric plotter for allowing device/model parameters to be swept, displaying sweep results in spreadsheet format, allotting measurement results in probe UI, and evaluating post-analysis measurement.

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