NI Multisim Tutorial.pdf - Document Type Tutorial NI Supported Yes Publish Date Introduction to Multisim Learn to Capture and Simulate in Less Than 30

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1/7Introduction to Multisim: Learn to Capture and Simulate in Less Than 30 Minutes1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 1. 2. OverviewNI Multisim is an easy-to-use schematic capture and simulation environment that engineers, students, and professors can use to define and simulate circuits. This article shows you how to captureand simulate a simple circuit in Multisim. This tutorial takes less than 30 minutes to complete and consists of 50 short steps. The example circuit in the article is an amplifier circuit. This noninverting operational amplifier configuration consists of one active component (the operational amplifier) and two passive resistorcomponents that will be used to complete the feedback network to provide gain in this circuit. Table of ContentsExample CircuitStep 1: Open MultisimStep 2: Place ComponentsStep 3: Wire ComponentsStep 4: Place a Simulation SourceStep 5: Place Measurement Instruments Step 6: Run a Simulation Example CircuitFor this introductory example, simulate a standard noninverting operational amplifier circuit (pictured in Figure 1).The gain of this noninverting amplifier is calculated simply with Gain = 1 + R1/R2.Therefore ifthen thewhich you can verify when you run an interactive simulation in NI Multisim software.R1 = R2gain is equal to 2,Figure 1.Example CircuitStep 1: Open MultisimBegin by drawing your schematic in the Multisim environment.Select »»»»to open Multisim.StartAll ProgramsNational InstrumentsCircuit Design Suite 11.0Multisim 11.0Multisim opens showcasing the default capture and simulation environment.: Document TypeTutorial: Yes NI Supported: Nov 17, 2010 Publish Date
2/71. 2. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Figure 2.Multisim EnvironmentThere are two fundamental tasks in the design of a circuit: the placement of components and the wiring of these components to create a complete design.To select a component, go to »PlaceComponent …The dialog appears (also known as the Component Browser).Select a ComponentFigure 3.Select a Component DialogThe component browser organizes the database components into three logical levels. The contains all shipping components in a read-only format. The isMaster DatabaseCorporate Databasewhere to save custom components to be shared with colleagues (via a network collection and so on). Finally, the is where custom components are saved that can be used only byUser Databasethe specific designer.

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