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Analog, Digital, Symbolic, RF, HDL, MCU and Mixed-Mode Circuit Simulation & PCB Design
Analog, Digital, Symbolic, RF, HDL, MCU and Mixed-Mode Circuit Simulation & PCB Design

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Using Hardware Description Languages in TINA, part 1: Creating Macros from a VHDL code
Hardware Description Languages (HDL) are powerful tools to describe and simulate complex electronic devices.
In this tutorial we will show how you can create a macro from a VHDL (.vhd) code and use in TINA. You can create macros from Verilog, Verilog-A and Verilog-AMS files in a similar way.
Download the FREE trial demo of TINA Design Suite and get:
1. One year free access to TINACloud (the cloud-based, multi-language, installation-free online version of TINA now running in your browser anywhere in the world.)
2. An immediate 20% discount from the offline version of TINA
3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
Click the link: http://www.tina.com/demo.php to download the FREE trial demo of TINA
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New circuit in TINA Resources: Output Impedance of an Opamp Circuit Simulation with TINACloud

News in TINA and TINACloud Resources: www.tina.com/resources

New simulations in Chapter “ 5. Practical Op-amps”.
https://www.tina.com/resources/home/practical-operational-amplifiers/5-practical-op-amps/
You can calculate the Output Impedance of the circuit with circuit simulation using the TINACloud Circuit Simulator by clicking the link below.

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New circuits in TINA Resources:
Input Offset Voltage Balancing Circuit Simulation with TINACloud

News in TINA and TINACloud Resources in Chapter “ 5. Practical Op-amps”:
https://www.tina.com/resources/home/practical-operational-amplifiers/5-practical-op-amps/

You can test the Input Offset Balancing of the circuit (a) by simulation online with the TINACloud Circuit Simulator.
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News in TINA and TINACloud Resources: www.tina.com/resources

New simulations in Chapter “ 5. Practical Op-amps”.
You can carry out these simulations with the TINACloud circuit simulator and its Interpreter tool.

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Welcome to our new TINA and TINACloud Resources
In this section of our website we have collected and created various resources regarding circuit theory, circuit analysis using theoretical calculations and circuit simulation as well as circuit design using the circuit designer and optimization capabilities of TINA and TINACloud.
Note that our resources are under continuous extension and update. Nearly every day new topics and simulations are added. We suggest to stay tuned and check the news regularly: https://www.tina.com/resources/
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Creation and Simulation of a Capacitance Multiplier circuit with TINA
In this tutorial video we will present how to create and simulate a “Capacitance multiplier” circuit using TINA. A “capacitance multiplier” circuit can increase the effective value of a small capacitor C1 to a much larger value.

The capacitance seen at Vout is: Cout = C1 * R1/R3. The output capacitance can be verified by placing an AC source in series with a resistor tied to Vout and running an AC frequency response analysis.

We will show later on that the circuit behaves as if the C1 capacitor were multiplied by 1000, in the the R1C1 low pass circuit.

Watch our tutorial video to learn more.

Visit www.tina.com now to purchase TINA with 30% discount and more (Spring Sale):

Click here to download the FREE trial demo of TINA.

DesignSoft Team

www.tina.com

www.tinacloud.com
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New features in TINA v11.2 and TINACloud

Dear Valued Customer,
Your favorite circuit simulation application just got better with the new release of TINA v11.2.
This version supports a lot of exciting new technologies responding to the requests we’ve received from our customers.
Some of the many things we’ve worked on since the release of v11 include the followings:

D-Class Amplifiers with Stereo Playback capability
Extended Arduino library and application examples (Mega, Micro. Mini, Nano, Uno)
114 new AVR MCU models
Atmel Studio C compiler integration
New Sigma-Delta converters
Arduino based Internet of Things (IoT) interface and examples
2-Line LCD display
Extended stress analysis for spice macros
Ripple calculation for given part of curves
Export of Diagrams in CSDF file format (Common Simulation Data Format)
New hotkeys and undo/redo for ease of use
learn more or see the video

For owners of TINA v11.0 and v11.1 our latest release is now accessible free of charge via the “Help->Check for updates” menu.
For upgrades from older versions please check our special upgrade prices at www.tina.com.
For a complete list of new features and improvements from TINA v6 to v11 see the TINA v11 News or watch the video

End-of-Year Promotion
For those of you who have not yet upgraded to any of our TINA 11 versions, you can catch up now by taking advantage of our Year 2017 Promotion.
As when you purchase any TINA 11 upgrade you will also get:
30% discount from all prices,
Software licenses for 3 computers for all download versions,
Online, TINACloud license for 3 years for all platforms, and
Free HDL package (VHDL, Verilog, Verilog A & AMS) for the Educational, Classic and Industrial versions

This offer is valid till midnight Dec 31, 2017.

Are you worried about your holiday presents? It is still not late to order TINA as a gift for your friends or for yourself! Just order your copy now and download within a day.
Thank you for being our customer and we look forward to serving you for many years to come.

Sincerely
DesignSoft Team
www.tina.com,
www.tinacloud.com
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In this tutorial video we will present how to create and simulate a “Capacitance multiplier” circuit using TINACloud.

A “capacitance multiplier” circuit can increase the effective value of a small capacitor C1 to a much larger value.

The capacitance seen at Vout is: Cout = C1 * R1/R3. The output capacitance can be verified by placing an AC source in series with a resistor tied to Vout and running an AC frequency response analysis.

We will show later on that the circuit behaves as if the C1 capacitor were multiplied by 1000, in the the R1C1 low pass circuit.

Watch our tutorial video to learn more.

www.tina.com
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Creation and Simulation of a Capacitance Multiplier circuit with TINA

In this tutorial video we will present how to create and simulate a “Capacitance multiplier” circuit using TINA. A “capacitance multiplier” circuit can increase the effective value of a small capacitor C1 to a much larger value.

The capacitance seen at Vout is: Cout = C1 * R1/R3. The output capacitance can be verified by placing an AC source in series with a resistor tied to Vout and running an AC frequency response analysis.

We will show later on that the circuit behaves as if the C1 capacitor were multiplied by 1000, in the the R1C1 low pass circuit.

Watch our tutorial video to learn more.
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Step by step instructions to create and simulate a Capacitance Multiplier circuit with TINACloud
In this tutorial video we will present how to create and simulate a “Capacitance multiplier” circuit using TINACloud.
A “capacitance multiplier” circuit can increase the effective value of a small capacitor C1 to a much larger value.

The capacitance seen at Vout is: Cout = C1 * R1/R3. The output capacitance can be verified by placing an AC source in series with a resistor tied to Vout and running an AC frequency response analysis.

We will show later on that the circuit behaves as if the C1 capacitor were multiplied by 1000, in the the R1C1 low pass circuit.

Watch our video to learn more.

www.tina.com
www.tinacloud.com
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