NI Multisim Fundamental Circuits

Publish Date: Apr 13, 2012 | 141 Ratings | 3.91 out of 5 | Print | 8 Customer Reviews | Submit your review

Overview

The NI Multisim Fundamental Circuits series presents many frequently used circuits and design topologies, essential in the understanding of electronics. These examples, for new or advanced users, provide a powerful starting point to building a library of circuits showcasing various components, designs, and the power of interactive SPICE simulation and analyses. Divided into seven chapters consisting of RLC, diode, transistor, amplifier, opamp, filter, and miscellaneous circuits, groups of circuits can be downloaded. Each circuit is documented to indicate the illustrated design concept.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: RLC Circuits

 

Chapter 1 provides a number of detailed and documented circuits investigating basic electronics laws and passive component designs with interactive SPICE simulation.

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Chapter 2: Diodes

 

Chapter 2 provides examples of diode and Zener diode circuits. Topics covered include half and full rectifier circuits as well as voltage regulation.

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Chapter 3: Transistors

 

Chapter 3 focuses on transistor-based circuits. The detailed and documented examples include various PNP- and NPN-biased transistors.

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Chapter 4: Amplifiers

 

Chapter 4 investigates various amplifier designs with interactive SPICE simulation and analyses. The amplifier examples include both single and two stage designs.

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Chapter 5: Opamps

 

Chapter 5 examines a number of operational amplifier circuits with interactive SPICE simulation. Topics include inverting and non-inverting designs, as well as peak detectors.

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Chapter 6: Filters

 

Chapter 6 explores the concept of filter design with topics including low-pass, high-pass, Butterworth, and notch filters.

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Chapter 7: Miscellaneous Circuits

 

Chapter 7 studies a number of miscellaneous designs. Topics include transistor-to-transistor logic (TTL), oscillators, and filters.

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Customer Reviews
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no zip folder available  - Aug 25, 2015

as mentioned in the pdf tutorial, there is no zip folder available

Intermediate Frequency Transformer  - Mar 20, 2010

Could you please make some arrangement to make IF Transformers in Multism ?

  - Jul 10, 2009

it would be good if NI could include loudpseaker transducer models and microphone as these 2 devices are being used in many consumer products.

Excellant, thankyou.  - Jul 4, 2008

I have been searching for a reference such as this. It convinces me NI are serious about assisting whereas others in the same area of business have trouble with even very basic assistance. This had convined me to buy. Regards, Glen Bishop

Opto devices  - May 3, 2008

Opto devices such as Opto-IGBTs, Opto- Triacs, Optocouplers are hardly covered on how-to documentation or even in available models. I personally would appreciate information (for those attempting to do it alone) information on the subcircuit for the optical path between sender and receiver. Last but not least, is the a link where the latest model can be checked? Thanks in advance Steven

transformers, coupling coils  - Jan 24, 2008

Would like to have some examples about transformers and coupling coils. Creating the right model for linear and non-linear systems. Air/iron/ferrite differences. Just the top of the iceberg, so I don't have to step into ALL of that PSPICE stuff.

Problem opening folders  - Nov 22, 2007

What program do i need to open the ccts downloaded from the abvove mentioned document beside unzipping with winzip?

Decimal to Binary Thumbwheel Switch  - Apr 11, 2007

Under the place command library is there such a component as a Decimal to Binary Thumbwheel Switch ? If not how would I create such a part ?

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