Multisim is used for a variety of application areas for educators. Below you will find resources to learn how Multisim is used in each of the following application areas.
The intuitive graphical environment of Multisim gives students the ability to quickly place basic components to understand fundamental circuit concepts and theory. These components, including resistors, capacitors, inductors, power sources, switches, oscilloscopes, and probes, help to enhance learning of the following concepts:
The programmable logic device (PLD) schematic environment is dedicated to teaching digital logic. Logic gates, encoders, decoders, adders, counters, and shift registers provide students with low-level components. The ability to generate VHDL, programming files, and deploy logic to a Xilinx FPGA completes the sequence, which allows education in the following:
With the release of Multisim 12.0, many components now give students the ability to explore the concepts of power electronics directly. Included are example circuits with parameterizable machines, transistors, thyristors, voltage controlled switches, PWM generators, and phase-angle controllers, which give educators the ability to focus on teaching the following: