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1 Orcad Capture Tutorial This tutorial will teach you to create and simulate circuit schematics with Orcad Capture CIS, to understand various stimulus types and their corresponding analysis types, and to determine desired results and understand how to achieve correct results. 1. Opening Orcad Capture a. In one of the CEAT computer labs, go to Start -> Programs -> Cadence PSD 14.2 -> Capture CIS . b. When prompted with Studio Suite Selection, choose PCB design expert with Capture CIS (see Figure 1) from the drop down menu. Figure 1 - Studio Suite Selection c. Select File -> Project . From the New Project window, give your project a name, select “Analog or Mixed A/D”, and select its location (see Figure 2). You’re now ready to create your schematic. Note: The directory you place your project in must already exist. Figure 2 - New Project Window
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2 2. Creating Schematics with Capture CIS a) Next we must draw the desired schematic. To get parts, go to Place -> Part… (see Figure 3). Shift+P allows us to reach this dialog box quickly. Note: If no parts are visible in the “Place Part” dialog, simply click on the “Add Library…” button. Inside the Browse File dialog, click on any *.olb file the press Ctrl+A to select all the files (or Ctrl+Arrow to select certain library files) and hit the “Open File” button. Note: The library files we will be using should be in the directory C:\Cadence\PSD_14.2\tools\capture\library\pspice Figure 3 - Place Part Dialog b) Let’s draw a simple RLC circuit. We will find the parts we need by typing the name of the part in the Part section and clicking “OK.” So, let’s draw the circuit below. R2 100 R1 10k 0 C1 0.01u L1 150mH V1 TD = 1u TF = 1p PW = 1u PER = V1 = 0 TR = 1p V2 = 10
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3 c) Remember we always need a ground in the circuit, this can be found in the Place Ground menu, accessible by clicking the button on the right side of the screen. The ground we will use is the 0/SOURCE identified by the symbol . d)
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course EE EE201 taught by Professor Maryam during the Spring '10 term at CSU Long Beach.

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