||This lesson introduces the Multisim graphical user interface (GUI) and the Schematic Capture process to start your circuit design.
|Simulation and Virtual Instruments
||This lesson explains the simulation capabilities of Multisim as well as the concept-check features.
||This lesson covers how you can perform advanced analyses to verify your circuit design.
Analyses in Multisim
Using custom expressions
|Results and Post Processing
||This lesson introduces the Post-processor and ways to use results from analyses to further calculate and examine data.
|Advanced Schematic Capture
||This lesson introduces the features that help you create professional-looking schematics and correctly documented circuit design.
|Communication and Transfer
||This lesson teaches best practices for creating meaningful reports and methods for transferring your design to PCB Layout software.
Reports in Multisim
Bill of materials
Transfer to PCB layout
|Projects and Design Sharing
||This lesson teaches you to professionally architect your design; you learn to use design blocks and buses, check for electrical failures and use the Project View.
Subcircuits and hierarchical blocks
Electrical rules check (ERC)
Team design with Multisim
Project management with Multisim
||This lesson introduces Design Variants, teaching you how to properly configure and use variants, as well as use cases.
What are variants?
Using the design toolbox
||This lesson covers the process for customizing or editing components and creating new components.
||This lesson introduces the Multisim MCU Module.
The MCU module
Source code editor
||This optional lesson introduces the Educational features of Multisim, mostly suitable for an academic classroom setup.
Using component faults
Rated virtual components
Circuit description box
3d ELVIS breadboard