Intuitive Schematic Entry and Analysis for the Analog Engineer
TINA-TI, a special complimentary version of TINA PRO(TM) prepared by DesignSoft exclusively for TI, offers extensive analysis options. The program is fully functional and can simulate two IC macromodels. Full-featured versions of TINA PRO that provide extended analysis options and unlimited circuit size are available from DesignSoft at http://www.tina.com starting at $360. Links on http://www.ti.com/tina-ti offer selected discounts.
Based on a SPICE simulation engine, TINA-TI features an intuitive schematic entry and capture screen. Components are chosen from convenient toolbars, allowing easy circuit entry and modification. Analysis options include DC, AC, transient, Fourier and noise. Virtual instruments such as a function generator, multimeter, oscilloscope, X-Y recorder and signal analyzer provide an alternative to standard analysis with the familiar appearance and function of common laboratory instruments.
Simulation results appear in separate windows with versatile scaling, formatting and annotation capabilities. Schematics and simulation results can easily be pasted into presentations and e-mails.
TINA-TI runs in Windows and is free for downloading (approximately 20MB) at http://www.ti.com/tina-ti .
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