Texas Instruments Introduces TINA-TI 9.1, a Powerful SPICE-Based Analog Design and Simulation Tool
Texas Instruments introduced TINA-TI 9.1, a powerful SPICE-based analog design and simulation tool. The latest version of the free software program, which averages 5X speed increases over version 7.0, allows engineers to design, test and troubleshoot a broad variety of basic and advanced analog circuits, including complex architectures, without any node or number of device limitations. In addition, TINA-TI 9.1 supports any industry SPICE models, making it easier than ever for engineers to simulate their designs. TINA-TI 9.1 is available in simplified and traditional Chinese, Japanese and Russian, as well as English.
Key features and benefits of TINA-TI 9.1
- Support for multi-core processors and an optimized SPICE engine enable TINA-TI 9.1 to run simulations 5X faster on average.
- Designers can import any SPICE model to easily simulate their designs in TINA-TI 9.1.
- TINA-TI 9.1 will feature more than 500 part models and reference designs including more than 130 new power models. The broad model coverage and fast simulation in TINA-TI 9.1 make it easier for designers to speed their products to market.
- TINA-TI 9.1 provides all the conventional DC, transient and frequency domain analysis of SPICE and extensive post-processing capability that allows the user to customize results. Virtual instruments allow users to select input waveforms and probe circuit node voltages and waveforms.
TINA-TI 9.1 is available today from TI for free downloading in the TI Analog eLab™ Design Center at www.ti.com/analogelab-pr. The center offers support and training for new and experienced engineers who are using analog products in their applications.
More information about TINA-TI 9.1 SPICE Model can be found at Texas Instruments Website