Multisim is an industry-standard, best-in-class SPICE simulation environment. It is the cornerstone of the NI circuits teaching solution to build expertise through practical application in designing, prototyping, and testing electrical circuits. The Multisim design approach helps you save prototype iterations and optimize printed circuit board (PCB) designs earlier in the process.Teach a Variety of Courses
Use a unified environment to teach analog, digital, and power electronics.Understand Circuits Faster
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Students can use 20 different analyses in Multisim to help them fully understand circuit behavior in analog, digital, and power classes throughout college and university. Multisim includes analyses from basic transient and AC simulation to advanced parameter sweeps and noise simulation.
Multisim is equipped with over 36,000 components validated by leading semiconductor manufacturers. The comprehensive Multisim library of up-to-date amplifiers, diodes, transistors, and switch mode power supplies paired with advanced simulation makes it possible to cover a wide variety of topics faster.
Multisim integrates seamlessly with myDAQ and the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS). With these education and laboratory platforms, students can compare simulated homework results to acquired laboratory results in a single environment.
With Multisim and the Ultiboard layout and routing software, students and circuit designers can use the same environment as a professional-grade PCB design and prototyping environment.
Optimize the performance of circuits earlier in the design flow to meet specifications and reduce prototype iterations. The combination of advanced simulation (such as Monte Carlo analysis and temperature sweeps) with a powerful component library and integration with PCB layout saves you days of development work and reduces design costs.
Evaluate transient response, visualize steady-state ripples, determine power efficiency, and review thermal performance with the Multisim library of advanced power components such as power MOSFETs, IGBTs, and switching controllers.