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SIMetrix / SIMPLIS 8.4
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SIMetrix Technologies is pleased to announce the availability of SIMetrix/SIMPLIS 8.40. This product families provide professional circuit design and simulation tools for analog and power electronics engineers.

Version 8.4 Release Notes

Updated DVM Source and Load DialogsThe DVM source and load symbol dialogs have been updated to use the Power Supply dialog. This allows the ability to define measurements on the four internal probes (voltage, current, gain or magnitude, and phase) for each of the source and load types

Schematic Editor Features
Some simple but useful schematic editor features have been developed
- Component insert: when you place a two-terminal component directly over a wire, the wire will automatically split
- Component shorting: similar to the disable feature, this disables a component but at the same time shorting its terminals. Works with all two-terminal components and also multi-terminal components that have been appropriately configured. For example, if you short a bipolar transistor, the collector and emitter will be connected but the base will be open circuit.

New Features for the SIMPLIS Simulator
C-Code DLL
Your digital control code, written in C, running in SIMPLIS. No gates to layout and no co-simulation engine required means quick implementation and speedy simulation.

Magnetics Design Module
The SIMPLIS Magnetics Design Module (MDM) can be added to any variant of SIMetrix/SIMPLIS Classic, Pro, or Elite to enable the creation of realistic inductor and transformer models from a large, editable and extendable catalog of standard and customizable components (cores, materials, wires, and bobbins). SIMPLIS MDM enables the calculation of detailed and accurate inductor and transformer losses and temperatures.

Multi-Level Lossy Transformer
The Multi-Level Lossy Transformer has multiple levels of complexity for use in different simulation objectives. The transformer can have up to a total of 20 windings, and can be configured with varying levels of complexity:
- Level 0 models an ideal transformer with linear magnetizing inductance. There are no winding resistances nor leakage inductance in this model.
- Level 1 models an ideal transformer with piecewise linear magnetizing inductance. There are no winding resistances nor leakage inductance in this model.
- Level 2 models an ideal transformer with piecewise linear magnetizing inductance. Leakage inductance for the transformer is referred to the first primary winding and DC winding resistances are included in the model.

Power Supply Sources and Loads
Easily convert your source between 6 AC and 13 DC source types and your load between 19 different load types. Also added was the ability to define measurements on the four internal probes (voltage, current, gain or magnitude, phase) for each of the source and load types.

Capacitor/Inductor unit to energy storage converter
No need to calculate Charge vs Voltage or Flux-Linkages vs Magnetizing Current characteristics for capacitors and inductors, respectively. This new tool will allow you to enter your capacitor's Farads vs Voltage or inductor's Henries vs Magnetizing Current characteristics and convert them to a SIMPLIS PWL model.

Updated Controlled Sources with Ideal Limiting
Controlled Sources with Limiting outputs now have the option to have ideally limitted outputs. Previously, the output clamping had some small slope when the gained input signal drove into the clamp. With this new option, the output clamping will be ideal at the levels provided.
To place a controlled source with ideal output limiting, use the Part Selector:
Controlled Sources >
CCCS w/ Output Limit
CCVS w/ Output Limit
VCCS w/ Output Limit
VCVS w/ Output Limit

New Features for SIMetrix
More Verilog-A Features
Further work with the Verilog-A compiler provides these new features:
- Hierarchical Structures
- Access SPICE primitives from Verilog-A
- Analog Initial Block
- Statistical Functions
- File and String Processing Functions

The following lists the changes to SIMetrix and SIMetrix/SIMPLIS for the Version 8.4 release.
Changes for both the SIMetrix and SIMPLIS simulators
- DVM Source/Load Dialog
- Schematic component insert wire splitting
- Schematic component disable and shorting
Changes for the SIMetrix simulator
- Verilog-A New Features
. Hierarchical structures
. Access to SPICE Primitives
. Analog Initial Block
. Statistical Functions
. Support for Strings and String Parameters
. String and File Handling Functions
Changes for the SIMPLIS simulator
- C-Code DLL
- Magnetics Design Module
- Power Supply Sources/Loads
- Multi-Level Lossy Transformer
- Capacitor/Inductor unit to energy storage converter
- Updated Controlled Sources with Ideal Limiting


SIMetrix and SIMPLIS are separate simulators working within the SIMetrix development envionment that provides schematic entry, waveform capture and built-in scripting.
SIMetrix is a mixed-signal circuit simulator designed for ease and speed of use.
The core algorithms employed by the SIMetrix analog simulator are based on the SPICE program developed by the CAD/IC group at the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California at Berkeley. The digital event driven simulator is derived from XSPICE developed by the Computer Science and Information Technology Laboratory, Georgia Tech. Research Institute, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Although originally derived from these programs only a tiny fraction of the overall application code can be traced to them. Nearly all of the simulator code is either new or has been rewritten in order to provide new analysis features and to resolve convergence problems.
SIMPLIS is a circuit simulator designed for rapid modelling of switching power systems. An acronym for "SIMulation for Piecewise LInear System", it is supplied with our SIMetrix/SIMPLIS product range.
SIMPLIS is a component level simulator like SPICE but is typically 10 to 50 times faster when simulating switching circuits. It achieves its speed by modelling devices using a series of straight-line segments rather than solving non-linear equations as SPICE does. By modelling devices in this way, SIMPLIS can characterise a complete system as a cyclical sequence of linear circuit topologies. This is an accurate representation of a typical switching power system where the semiconductor devices function as switches. However, a linear system can be solved very much more rapidly than the non-linear systems that SPICE handles. The end result is accurate, but extremely fast simulations, allowing the modelling of complex topologies that would not be viable with SPICE.
SIMPLIS has three analysis modes: Transient, Periodic Operating Point and AC. Transient analysis is similar to the SPICE equivalent but is typically 10-50 times faster. Periodic Operating Point is a unique analysis mode that finds the steady-state operating waveforms of switching systems. AC analysis finds the frequency response of a switching system without needing to use averaged models. This is especially useful for what-if studies on new circuit topologies or control schemes where the small-signal averaged model has not yet been derived.
Because non-linear devices are defined using a sequence of straight line segments, models for such devices are quite different from SPICE models. There are of course many SPICE models available and so in order to retain compatibility with these, SIMetrix/SIMPLIS has the ability to convert models for some types of device into SIMPLIS format. This conversion is performed when the device is placed on the schematic. Devices currently supported are MOSFETs, BJTs and diodes. In the case of MOSFETs and Zener diodes, the conversion is achieved by performing a sequence of simulations using the SIMetrix-SPICE simulator. This method is independent of the method of implementation of the device.
New Features in SIMetrix SIMPLIS Version 8.4 Webinar

About SIMetrix Technologies Ltd. We are an independent company dedicated to providing cost-effective, class-leading analog design tools to the professional engineering community. Our company was borne out of frustration. As professional electronics engineers, we couldn't find a circuit simulator on the market that would give us the features we wanted at a price we could afford... so we wrote our own. That was in 1992.
In 2001 we established a partnership with SIMPLIS Technologies, which created the SIMetrix/SIMPLIS product for analysis of power circuits. We now operate seamless sales channels offering each other's complementary products, although we remain as separate companies.
Product: SIMetrix/SIMPLIS Elite
Version: 8.40 with Verilog for SIMPLIS Magnetic Design Module DVM *
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : www.simetrix.co.uk
Language: english
System Requirements: PC **
Size: 691.7 mb

SIMetrix/SIMPLIS Elite 8.40
SIMetrix/SIMPLIS Elements 8.40

Operating System - SIMetrix and SIMetrix/SIMPLIS 64 bit version
The following are supported:
- Windows 10 Home, Pro and Enterprise - 64 bit editions
- Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 8.1 Enterprise - 64 bit editions
- Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, Windows 8 Enterprise - 64 bit editions
- Windows 7 Home Premium/Professional/Enterprise/Ultimate - 64 bit editions
SIMetrix will run satisfactorily on any system that meets all the following requirements:
1. The system is running one of supported operating systems listed above
2. The system meets the minimum hardware requirement for the operating system
3. The system's display has a minimum vertical resolution of 720 pixels and a minimum horizontal resolution of 1024 pixels
Recommended System
If you regularly run large circuit simulations or long runs on smaller circuits, we recommend investing inthe most powerful CPU available. A large RAM system can be useful as this will allow caching ofsimulation data. This will speed up Descriptionting results if a large amount of data is generated. The data isstored to disk in an efficient manner and therefore substantial RAM is not essential unless the circuitsbeing simulated are very large indeed. A high performance bus mastering SCSI disk system will improvesimulation performance a little.
Multi-core Processors
SIMetrix can exploit multiple core CPUs in a number of ways and will benefit from multiple coreprocessors. Note, however, that you will require a SIMetrix Pro or SIMetrix Elite license to be able to usethe multiple core features. Note also that SIMetrix cannot effectively use Hyper-threading

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