Using Hardware Description Languages in TINA,part 3: Creating Analog Components with Verilog-A

Hardware Description Languages (HDL) are powerful tools to describe and simulate complex electronic devices.

In this tutorial video we will show how you can create a macro from a Verilog-A (.va) code and use in TINA. You can create macros from VHDL, Verilog and Verilog-AMS files in a similar way.

Watch our tutorial video to see how  you can create a macro from a Verilog-A (.va) code and use in TINA.

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Using Hardware Description Languages in TINACloud, Part 2: Creating Macros from Verilog

Hardware Description Languages (HDL) are powerful tools to describe and simulate complex electronic devices.

In this tutorial video we will show how you can create a macro from a Verilog (.v) code and use in TINACloud. You can create macros from VHDL, Verilog-A and Verilog-AMS files in a similar way.

Watch our tutorial video to see how  you can create a macro from a Verilog (.v) code and use in TINACloud.

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  2. An immediate 20% discount from the offline version of TINA
  3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
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Dr. Michael Koltai

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Using Hardware Description Languages in TINACloud, Part 1: Creating Macros from VHDL

Hardware Description Languages (HDL) are powerful tools to describe and simulate complex electronic devices.

In this tutorial video we will show how you can create a macro from a VHDL (.vhd) code and use     in TINACloud. You can create macros from Verilog, Verilog-A and Verilog-AMS files in a similar way.

Watch our tutorial video to see how  you can create a macro from a VHDL (.vhd) code and use         in  TINACloud.

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  2. An immediate 20% discount from the offline version of TINA
  3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
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2015 End of the Year Promotion

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The latest and improved version, TINA 10 has been released now with even more exciting features…

What’s new in TINA v10.2 ?

  • Windows 10 compatibility
  • Latest InstallShield 2015 Installer
  • Improved diagram settings persistence, diagrams will “remember” your last axis settings
  • Multistep new “Zoom out” function in diagrams
  • New temperature stepping modes: logarithmic and list
  • New analysis mode: Batch simulation (Analysis.Batch Simulation…)
  • Option for saving compressed TSC files (View.Options…)
  • Zoom or Scroll with mouse wheel, as set at View.Options
  • Pan and zoom support in the schematic editor for touch screen
  • Macro wizard: Configurable pin order & name at auto generated shapes
  • Improved Verilog-AMS: analog events in digital context and more
  • Faster MCU simulation, real time simulation of delays
  • Global parameters in Classic & Educational editions
  • Advanced DRC isolation parameters and Z ordering for copper shapes for PCBs
  • and much more

If you have already upgraded to v10 of TINA you will get this new version for free!

There is also a ton new features and improvements from TINA v6 to v9.

For a complete list of new features and improvements from TINA v6 to v10 see What’s New in TINA  at our website www.tina.com.

End-of-Year Promotion

For those of you who new to TINA or have not yet upgraded to one of our TINA 10 versions, this is the perfect time to catch up by taking advantage of our End of the Year 2015 Promotion. What’s more, when you purchase any TINA 10 new licenses or upgrade you will get:

  1. 30% discount from all prices
  2. Download version with software license key for 3 computers
  3. Online, TINACloud license for 3 years for all platforms
  4. Free HDL package (VHDL, Verilog, Verilog A & AMS)

Don’t miss this great opportunity! Grab your copy now while you are thinking about it. The offer is valid until midnight Dec 31, 2015.

Thank you for your interest in our products. We look forward to serving you for many years to come.

Sincerely

The DesignSoft Team

www.tina.com
www.tinacloud.com

 

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2015 End of the Year Promotion

Tinaseasonsalehead

happy holidays3

The latest and improved version, TINA 10 has been released now with even more exciting features…

What’s new in TINA v10.2 ?

  • Windows 10 compatibility
  • Latest InstallShield 2015 Installer
  • Improved diagram settings persistence, diagrams will “remember” your last axis settings
  • Multistep new “Zoom out” function in diagrams
  • New temperature stepping modes: logarithmic and list
  • New analysis mode: Batch simulation (Analysis.Batch Simulation…)
  • Option for saving compressed TSC files (View.Options…)
  • Zoom or Scroll with mouse wheel, as set at View.Options
  • Pan and zoom support in the schematic editor for touch screen
  • Macro wizard: Configurable pin order & name at auto generated shapes
  • Improved Verilog-AMS: analog events in digital context and more
  • Faster MCU simulation, real time simulation of delays
  • Global parameters in Classic & Educational editions
  • Advanced DRC isolation parameters and Z ordering for copper shapes for PCBs
  • and much more

If you have already upgraded to v10 of TINA you will get this new version for free!

There is also a ton new features and improvements from TINA v6 to v9.

For a complete list of new features and improvements from TINA v6 to v10 see What’s New in TINA at our website www.tina.com.

End-of-Year Promotion

For those of you who new to TINA or have not yet upgraded to one of our TINA 10 versions, this is the perfect time to catch up by taking advantage of our End of the Year 2015 Promotion.    What’s more, when you purchase any TINA 10 new licenses or upgrade you will get:

  1. 30% discount from all prices
  2. Download version with software license key for 3 computers
  3. Online, TINACloud license for 3 years for all platforms
  4. Free HDL package (VHDL, Verilog, Verilog A & AMS)

Don’t miss this great opportunity! Grab your copy now while you are thinking about it. The offer is valid until midnight Dec 31, 2015.

Thank you for your interest in our products. We look forward to serving you for many years to come.

Sincerely

The DesignSoft Team

www.tina.com,
www.tinacloud.com

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Using Hardware Description Languages in TINA, Part 2: Creating Macros from Verilog

Hardware Description Languages (HDL) are powerful tools to describe and simulate complex electronic devices.

In this tutorial video we will show how you can create a macro from a Verilog (.v) code and use       in TINA. You can create macros from VHDL, Verilog-A and Verilog-AMS files in a similar way.

Watch our tutorial video to see how  you can create a macro from a Verilog (.v) code and use           in TINA.

 UsinghardwaredescriptionlanguagesinTINApart2-blog

 

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  1. One year free access to TINACloud (the cloud-based, multi-language, installation-free online version of TINA now running in your browser anywhere in the world.)
  2. An immediate 20% discount from the offline version of TINA
  3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
Click here to download the FREE trial demo of TINA

 

Michael Koltai
www.tina.com

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Using Hardware Description Languages in TINA, Part 1: Creating Macros from a VHDL code

Hardware Description Languages (HDL) are powerful tools to describe and simulate complex electronic devices.

In this tutorial video we will show how you can create a macro from a VHDL (.vhd) code and use     in TINA. You can create macros from Verilog, Verilog-A and Verilog-AMS files in a similar way.

Watch our tutorial video to see how  you can create a macro from a VHDL (.vhd) code and use         in TINA.

 

 UsinghardwaredescriptionlanguagesinTINApart1-blog

Download the FREE trial demo of TINA Design Suite and get:

  1. One year free access to TINACloud (the cloud-based, multi-language, installation-free online version of TINA now running in your browser anywhere in the world.)
  2. An immediate 20% discount from the offline version of TINA
  3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
Click here to download the FREE trial demo of TINA

 

Michael Koltai
www.tina.com

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Using the Library Manager of TINA, Part 4: Adding S-parameter models

In this tutorial video we will show how to add  S-parameter models to TINA’s libraries.

Watch our tutorial video to see how to add an S-parameter transistor called s_bfp405.s2p to TINA’s libraries.
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  3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
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Michael Koltai
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Using the Library Manager of TINA, Part 3: Adding complete Spice libraries in .MODEL format

Semiconductor device manufactures often provide models for their components in .MODEL format. These are normally placed in a text file (also called library) containing many .MODEL instructions.

In this tutorial video we will show how to add such libraries to TINA. Of course you can also create your own models in .MODEL format and add to TINA in a similar way.

Watch our tutorial video to see how to add diodes.lib to TINA’s catalog available for part (device) selection.

 

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  3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
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Michael Koltai
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Using the Library Manager of TINA, Part 2: Adding a Complete Spice Library to TINA

In most cases adding a Spice library to TINA is very simple. Using the comments in the models, everything is automatically recognized in the Library Manager and adding a whole library to TINA takes a few minutes only.

In the following tutorial video after showing this general case we will also show how to add models where it is not possible automatically to find the connection between the Spice models and their graphic symbols.

Watch our tutorial video to see how to add a whole Spice library to TINA.

 

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  3. Free license for your second computer, laptop etc.
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Michael Koltai
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