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Analog Designer Analog Simulation

Categories: Expedition/Xpedition

This course covers the most important aspects of setting up the Analog Designer tool. It covers setting pointers to models libraries as well as how to develop new libraries and manipulate models. The functionality of the Analog Waveform Displayer (AWD) is described in detail, as well as the Waveform Calculator. All the domain analysis functionality is thoroughly explored, as well as statistical analysis. View course details ↓


Full instructor-led courses in a Mentor training facility, with complete course materials and access to classroom computers.

Date Location Time Language Price
Mar 182015 Hsinchu City Taiwan 9–5 PM
Mandarin 11,550 TWD Register
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Course Highlights

With FPGAs and mixed analog/digital ASICs, verifying application-specific boards prior to committing to layout is increasingly important. Analog Designer, integrated with Design Capture, is the complete environment for preparation of stimuli, simulation, basic and complex analysis of circuits.

You will learn how to

  • Use and set up project files and understand how they control the environment
  • Take advantage of Design Capture to Analog Designer integration through the Inter-Tool Communication (ITC) layer
  • Set up Analog libraries
  • Simulate and view waveforms
  • Use the Waveform Calculator
  • Run different analysis strategies

Hands-on labs

  • DC Domain Analysis
  • Frequency Domain Analysis
  • Time Domain Analysis
  • Parametric Sweeping
  • Monte Carlo Analysis
  • Library Configuration and Management
  • Simulation Options and Environment Setup
  • Viewing Results with Analog Waveform Displayer
  • Customizing the VBA Environment

Course Information

Intended for

Engineering team members actively involved in an analog design.


Design Capture for PCB Layout or adequate Design Capture or Design View experience.

Familiarity with supported workstation environments using the Windows NT, 98, or 2000 operating systems.

Course Part Number
  • Classroom: 206019

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