National Instruments is releasing Multisim 12.0 with specialised editions for circuit design and electronics education. Multisim 12.0 Professional Edition is based on industry-standard SPICE simulation and is optimised for usability. Engineers can improve design performance to fit their applications by minimising errors and prototype iterations with Multisim simulation tools that include both customisable analyses developed in NI LabVIEW graphical system design software and standard SPICE analyses and intuitive measurement instruments.
Multisim 12.0 also provides unprecedented integration with LabVIEW for closed-loop simulation of analogue and digital systems. Using this all-new design approach, engineers can validate field-programmable gate array (FPGA) digital control logic alongside analogue circuitry (such as for power applications) before leaving the desktop simulation stage. Multisim Professional Edition is optimised for layout routing and rapid prototyping needs, making seamless integration possible with NI hardware such as the NI reconfigurable I/O (RIO) FPGA platforms and PXI platforms for prototype validation.
Multisim 12.0 Education Edition incorporates features specialised for teaching and is complemented by a complete suite of hardware, textbooks and courseware. This integrated system helps educators engage students and reinforce circuit theory with an interactive, hands-on approach to investigating circuit behaviour. With the addition of new capabilities, Multisim 12.0 can now also facilitate student comprehension of topics in mechatronics, power and digital curricula, thereby expanding the use of a single environment throughout engineering education. Widely implemented throughout academia, technical colleges and four-year universities are said to choose Multisim for its interactive components, simulation-driven instruments and integration to the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) and NI myDAQ educational hardware platforms.
Dave Wilson, the Director of Proficiency Programs for National Instruments, states: "By giving students access to the same tools they will use as professionals, we eliminate the barriers that make engineering overwhelming or abstract. The latest version of Multisim introduces powerful functionality in an intuitive way so engineers, both in industry and in training, can focus on the application rather than the tool."
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