News in TINA and TINACloud Resources: www.tina.com/resourcesNew simulations in Chapter “ 5. Output Impedance of an Opamp Circuit Simulation with TINACloud: https://www.tina.com/blog/
Input Offset Voltage Balancing Circuit Simulation with TINACloud. New simulations in Chapter " 5. Practical Op-amps". You can test the Input Offset Balancing of the 2 circuits by simulation online with the TINACloud Circuit Simulator by clicking the links below. http://www.tina.com/blog/new-circuits-in-tina-resources-input-offset-voltage-balancing-circuit-simulation-with-tinacloud/
News in TINA and TINACloud Resources: www.tina.com/resources. New simulations in Chapter " 5. Practical Op-amps". You can carry out these simulations with the TINACloud circuit simulator and its Interpreter tool.
Welcome to our new TINA and TINACloud Resources. In this section of our website we have collected and created various resources regarding circuit theory, circuit analysis using theoretical calculations and circuit simulation as well as circuit design using the circuit designer and optimization capabilities of TINA and TINACloud: https://www.tina.com/resources/
In this tutorial video we will present how to create and simulate a “Capacitance multiplier” circuit using TINA. A "capacitance multiplier" circuit can increase the effective value of a small capacitor C1 to a much larger value. www.tina.com
Using TINA’s Schematic Symbol Editor, you can create new schematic symbols so that you can add your own circuit components to TINA. To create new symbols, you place lines, arcs, rectangles, and arbitrary characters with any fonts, specifying line-width, color, and area color fills. After drawing the symbol, you add and define connections to it. www.tina.com
We cordially invite you to visit DesignSoft’s stand at the BETT Show, the largest education technology event in the world. 24-27, January 2018, EXCEL London, UK Stand: B61 We are looking forward to meet you at our stand, where we will present our latest versions of TINA, TINACloud, LabXplorer, EDISON & NEWTON. See you at our Lectures taking place at the SCHOOLBUS area at Stand: C184 at the following scheduled times: Thursday 25 Jan 15:30 Friday 26 Jan 15:00 Saturday 27 Jan 11:30
In this tutorial video we will present how to create and simulate a “Capacitance multiplier” circuit using TINA. A “capacitance multiplier” circuit can increase the effective value of a small capacitor to a much larger value.
In this tutorial video we will demonstrate the use of the MCU Debugger function of TINA by debugging a C program running on the Arduino Uno Microcontroller. The program changes the LED state, that is lighting it up an off, every 5 milliseconds. To reach the goal, it uses the millis() Arduino function to count the milliseconds. Every 5 milliseconds the program checks the current state of the LED (HIGH or LOW) and toggles it. Watch our tutorial video to learn more. Visit www.tina.com now to…
How to create an AND logic circuit using the Arduino UNO microcontroller? Arduino is an open-source platform for building electronics projects. It consists of an open source hardware called Arduino board and an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) software to write the MCU control code in a simplified version of C++, then compile and upload the code to the board. Watch our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFk10UppHDw&index=19&list=PLScrHAmLYSQCRUFsGcFVpRp0W3IvTy3Gt
Creating Schematic Macro from simulation components for PCB design Sometimes it occurs that schematic symbols have different number of terminals (pins) than their physical representations (footprints). In this video we will present how to create a macro and set the mapping between TINA's schematic symbol and the desired footprint: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC43O8mcTGQ
Watch our tutorial video about how to create a simple counter circuit using a PIC microcontroller with C language programming. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRCHfq9v8rU&index=16&list=PLScrHAmLYSQCRUFsGcFVpRp0W3IvTy3Gt&t=2s www.tina.com
Watch our tutorial video about how to create a simple counter circuit using a PIC microcontroller with assembly language programming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRCHfq9v8rU&index=16&list=PLScrHAmLYSQCRUFsGcFVpRp0W3IvTy3Gt&t=2s www.tina.com