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Creating a new simulation profile – PSpice A/D simulation

Creating new simulation profile

Creating a new simulation profile A simulation profile (*.SIM) saves your simulation settings for an analysis type so you can reuse them easily. You can create a new simulation profile from scratch or import the settings from an existing simulation profile. Importing settings from existing simulation profiles allows you to …

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Probe windows settings for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

General simulation settings for simulation profiles

Probe windows settings for simulation profiles Use the Probe Windows tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box to set up how Probe windows are displayed for a simulation profile. For more Probe window options, see Setting Probe window options. Probe window display options   Use this option… To do this… …

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Data collection options for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

Data collection options for simulation profiles

Data collection options for simulation profiles Use the Data Collection tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box to restrict the captured simulation data. This is especially useful for large circuit designs that produce more data than you need for waveform analysis. You can also set the probe data accuracy from …

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Options for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

General simulation settings for simulation profiles

Options for simulation profiles Use the Options tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box to fine-tune how PSpice performs calculations for analog and gate-level digital simulation, as well as what information to save to the simulation output file (*.OUT). Option categories From the Category list, select Analog Simulation, Gate-level Simulation, …

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Include files settings for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

General simulation settings for simulation profiles

Include files settings for simulation profiles Use the Configuration Files tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box to configure and edit include files for simulation. 1. Click Include in the Category field in the Configuration Files tab, then configure or edit the include files.   Click this button… To do …

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Stimulus settings for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

General simulation settings for simulation profiles

Stimulus settings for simulation profiles Use the Configuration Files tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box to configure global, design and profile level stimulus files. Click Stimulus in the Category field in the Configuration Files tab, and then configure the stimulus files.   Click this button… To do this… Browse …

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Library settings for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

General simulation settings for simulation profiles

Library settings for simulation profiles Use the Configuration Files tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box configure global, design and profile level model libraries. 1. Click Library in the Category field in the Configuration Files tab, and then configure the model libraries.     Click this button… To do this… …

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Analysis settings for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

General simulation settings for simulation profiles

Analysis settings for simulation profiles Use the Analysis tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box to define the basic analysis type and set up additional advanced analyses and simulation options. Analysis types From the Analysis Type list, select the basic analysis type you want to use. See Setting up analyses …

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General simulation settings for simulation profiles – PSpice A/D simulation

General simulation settings for simulation profiles

General simulation settings for simulation profiles Use the General tab of the Simulation Settings dialog box to specify the simulation input and output files and save a description of the simulation profile. Profile name The Profile name text box displays the name of the current profile. You can change the …

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