Multisim

Loads designs and simulates them in SPICE-based environment

3.6 on 234 votes

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License: Shareware 2,599
Total downloads:63,745 (122 last week)
Operating system:Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
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Description

Simulate the SPICE designs in a fully-featured environment with powerful tools and libraries that are intended to give PCB design and simulation a new meaning. Initiate various prototype iterations and optimize the PCB design starting with early design stages.

Multisim 10.0.1 is available as a free download on our software library. Multisim.exe, SoftonicDownloader_for_ship-simulator-extremes.exe, Se.exe, rundll32.exe or NewShortcut1_B7E20C58D0FF4465833FB4FABCF7AC67.exe are the default file names to indicate the Multisim installer.

This PC tool can process the following extensions: ".prz", ".edp" and ".mp7". The following versions: 11.0, 10.0 and 9.0 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users. Our antivirus check shows that this download is safe.

The actual developer of the software is © 2011 National Instruments Corporation. Multisim works fine with 32-bit versions of Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10. The program relates to Education Tools. The software is sometimes referred to as "Multisim 7", "Multisim Trial", "Multisim Educational Evaluation".

Multisim and Ultiboard 11.0 introduce a number of new features and enhancements to make capturing designs, simulating behavior, and defining board layout faster and easier.
With the latest release of Multisim and Ultiboard 11.0, NI continues to enhance its design, simulation, and layout capabilities. Whether in the college laboratory or a professional research laboratory, Multisim 11.0 enhances visualization, makes capture easier, and continues to advance leading analog simulation capabilities.
Educators also gain access to new tools to teach digital design basics, while taking advantage of an evolving simulation environment to foster student learning.

You may want to check out more software, such as LabVIEW Multisim Connectivity Toolkit, Multisim Student or SASSProV2, which might be similar to Multisim.


How to use oscilloscope in Multisim
The Oscilloscope button in the Instruments toolbar allows placing its icon on the workspace. Use the icon to wire the oscilloscope to the circuit, or double-click it to enter settings and view measurements.
How to add components in Multisim
The Place/Components option opens the Select Component Window to define the group of components and choose the one to add. Also the Components toolbar or the right-click pop-up menu may be of help.
How to measure voltage in Multisim
The Multimeter tool accessible from the Instruments toolbar allows you to measure voltage. Place multimeter in Parallel with the component, enter settings and view measurements.

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