SPECTRUM SOFTWARE

Micro-Cap 11 is an integrated schematic editor and mixed analog/digital simulator that provides an interactive sketch and simulate environment for electronics engineers. Since its original release in 1982, Micro-Cap has been steadily expanded and improved. Micro-Cap 11, the eleventh generation, blends a modern, intuitive interface with robust numerical algorithms to produce unparalleled levels of simulation power and ease of use. Nothing else comes close.

  • Faster: Optimized code for faster simulation
  • More powerful: Wide range of features add to the software’s capability
  • Easy to use: Easy to learn user-friendly interface with software support
  • Highly affordable

Microcap 11.0.0.0 Now Available

Download the Free Evaluation Version: http://www.spectrum-soft.com/demoform.shtm

Take features tour: http://www.spectrum-soft.com/demo/schemati.shtm

Features Include:
  • Integrated schematic editor and simulator.
  • Dynamic analysis updates waveforms and curves as you edit
  • Native digital simulator
  • Worst Case analysis to find the statistical and extreme limits of performance
  • Periodic Steady State analysis
  • Integral circuit optimizer with multiple optimization methods.
  • Integrated active and passive filter design function
  • Device library with over 32,000 parts.
  • Analog and digital behavioral modeling
  • Schematic waveform probing.
  • On-schematic voltage/state, current, power, and condition display
  • During the run plotting
  • Smith charts / Polar plots.
  • Multidimensional parameter stepping.
  • Monte Carlo analysis.
  • 3D plotting.
  • Performance functions and plots
  • Measure functions to measure circuit behavior
  • Optimizing parts modeler
  • Gummel-Poon, Mextram and Modella bipolar models
  • Berkeley BSIM 1, BSIM 2, BSIM3, and BSIM4 MOSFET models
  • The latest Philips device models, including MOS 11, 20, 31, 40, and PSP 102
  • Hefner IGBT model
  • IBIS model translator
  • Animated LEDs, switches, bars, meters, relays, stoplights, and DC motors
  • Sample and hold, timer, and Z transform devices
  • Lossy transmission lines
  • Jiles-Atherton nonlinear magnetics model
  • PCB interface to popular packages
  • LAN version for collaborative projects
  • Transient analysis – for investigating time domain circuit behavior
  • AC analysis – for investigating small signal behavior
  • DC analysis – for plotting static DC variables
  • Transfer Function analysis – for calculating the DC transfer function
  • Stability analysis – to find the stability limits for linear circuits
  • Harmonic distortion analysis
  • Intermodulation distortion analysis
  • Extensive mathematical operators and variables.