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SystemVision Introduction

Categories: SystemVision

The SystemVision Introduction course was developed to help you become more effective in the design and analysis electrical and mechatronic systems. 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 23–242015 Fremont California 9–5 PM
English 1,400 USD Register
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Course Highlights

In this course, you will gain proficiency in mixed-signal/mixed-technology design and analysis by learning how to capture, parameterize, and analyze designs using the SystemVision environment. You will simulate in both the time-domain and frequency-domains, and also perform various parametric analyses. In addition, you will learn how to effectively post-process analysis results with the Measurement Tool and Waveform Calculator so that your data can be turned into meaningful information.

You will learn how to

  • Create and analyze new designs
  • Make informed key system decisions early in the design process
  • Perform deterministic and statistical analyses
  • Efficiently post-process simulation results
  • Effectively incorporate both SPICE and VHDL-AMS models in a design
  • Create symbols with the Symbol Wizard
  • Use the Model Creation Tool

Hands-On Labs

  • SystemVision Basic Features
  • SystemVision Parametric Analyses
  • SystemVision Models and Symbols
  • SystemVision Applications

Key Topics

SystemVision Basic Features

  • Simulating an existing design
  • Developing and simulating a new design

SystemVision Parametric Analyses

  • Parameter sweeps
  • Sensitivity analysis
  • Monte Carlo analysis

SystemVision Models and Symbols

  • Model Creation Tool
  • Symbol Wizard

SystemVision Applications

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
  • Mixed-signal
  • Mixed-technology (multi-physics)
  • Power
  • Communications
  • System Integration

Course Information

Intended for

Engineers involved in any of the following:

  • Electrical analog design/analysis
  • Electrical mixed-signal design/analysis
  • Mechatronics design/analysis

Basic understanding of at least one of the following engineering disciplines System Engineering Controls Engineering Electrical Engineer Mechanical Engineering

Course Part Number
  • Classroom: 227861

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