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Analog Devices LTspice Seminar - 21st November 2018 - CENSIS, Glasgow

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On the 21st November 2018 there will be a unique opportunity to attend the Analog Devices LTspice seminars hosted in Scotland for the first time at the CENSIS Inovo Building.

This will be promoted in conjunction with Anglia Components/Abercorn Electronics.

The Analog Devices LTspice Seminar is designed to educate and inform existing and new users to LTspice. You will gain knowledge to successfully simulate circuit designs and predict circuit behaviour for faster more efficient designs.

Learn how to simulate switch mode power supplies, compute efficiencies and observe power supply start-up behaviour and transient response. Attendees will also be able to utilize LTspice as a general-purpose SPICE simulator for AC analysis, DC sweeps, noise analysis, and circuit simulations.

Location : CENSIS, Inovo Building, 121 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD

Agenda

Basics:

  • Constructing the schematic
  • Shortcuts
  • AC and Transient Analysis
  • Navigating the schematic and waveform windows

Coffee

Intermediate:

  • Importing 3rd Party SPICE models
  • Stepping through parameters
  • Behavioural Voltage Sources


Advanced:

  • Hierarchical Schematics
  • Simulator Directives for Monte Carlo analysis, noise measurement, defining functions, Fourier analysis etc.

Questions/Lunch/Tour

Registration
Via an email: workshops@censis.org.uk

Please provide the following information:

  • Your name and contact details (email and telephone number)
  • Job title and current employer
  •  Please let us know in a couple of sentences why you are interested in attending the seminar

Click here for more information.

 



 
Date Published :
09/08/2018
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