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Interactive Circuit Teaching Environment for Education
- Unified easy-to-use schematic capture and interactive simulation environment to reinforce theory
- Teach instrumentation fundamentals with simulation-driven instruments and measurement probes
- SPICE analyses such as transient, Monte Carlo, and noise to help students develop intuition
- Compare simulated data and real-world signals from NI ELVIS II hardware inside NI Multisim
- Simplify exploration of digital concepts with the ability to export to VHDL from the PLD schematic
- More than 14,000 real, virtual, interactive, 3D, and rated models to teach circuit concepts
NI Multisim is an industry-standard, best-in-class SPICE simulation environment. It is the cornerstone of the NI circuits teaching solution to build expertise through practical application in designing, prototyping, and testing electrical circuits. The Multisim design approach helps you save prototype iterations and optimize printed circuit board (PCB) designs earlier in the process.
Benefits for Education
Developed for the educator who needs to teach all aspects of circuits and electronics, Multisim Education Edition provides the ability to seamlessly move students from theory to simulation to the lab. Regardless of the application area, the powerful environment offers the following benefits:
NI myDAQ Connector Integration
Students can design custom circuit systems to plug into the NI myDAQ measurement platform for project work.
Power and Machine Components
Use parameterized DC motors, switches, step signal generators, and nonideal components to teach power electronics curriculum with Multisim.
Added Xilinx Tool Support
Teach digital concepts with additional support of the latest Xilinx FPGA tools (12.x and 13.x) in the Multisim environment.
Analog and Digital Co-Simulation With Multisim and NI LabVIEW
Teach controls, mechatronics, and power systems with point-by-point, closed-loop simulation between Multisim and LabVIEW.
|grade:||Diploma/ Vocational/ Uni|
|Subject:||physics, Robotics/ Microcontrollers|
System Requirements for NI Circuit Design Suite 14.0
- Pentium 4/M class microprocessor or equivalent
- 512 MB of memory (256 MB minimum)
- 2 GB of free hard disk space
- Open GL capable 3D graphics card recommended (SVGA resolution video adapter with 800 × 600 video resolution minimum, 1024 × 768 or higher preferred)
- NI LabVIEW 2013 or 2014 (to develop custom instruments based on LabVIEW for use in Multisim)