Multisim software from National Instruments

Circuits teaching software for analogue, digital, and power electronics courses called Multisim. It was developed by US company National Instruments.

Multisim for Education helps students easily visualize and understand the behaviour of electronics with 30+ intuitive simulated instruments, 20+ easy-to-configure analyses, and 80 000+ interactive components * that are proven to reinforce theory and prepare students for authentic design challenges.

Simulated benchtop instruments and advanced analyses in Multisim lend a thorough understanding of circuit behaviour, which reinforces the textbook theory. Reinforce Theory by Comparing Real and Simulated Signals. Multisim goes beyond standard SPICE simulation to include an extensive digital component library that you can simulate and deploy to any Digilent FPGA device.

NI Academic Site License: Multisim Option

The NI Circuit Design Suite combines Multisim™ and Ultiboard™ software for a complete circuit design, simulation, validation, and layout platform.

Multisim™ software is an intuitive environment for circuit design. With advanced mixed-mode simulation and validation, this software offers professional tools for your research and prototyping. And using a comprehensive library of components, you can easily build and validate circuit behavior.

Ultiboard™ software is a flexible PCB layout and routing environment. Easily transfer completed Multisim™ schematics to Ultiboard™ and layout, route, and export completed designs for fabrication.

The Academic Site License includes software for classrooms and labs.  You can choose between 1-, 10-, and 25-seat licenses of Multisim for Education.

The NI Academic Site License: Multisim Option also includes exclusive access to Multisim Live.

Multisim Live

Free online service called Multisim Live. It has limited functionality, but it is free to use. Live. SingUp for free Multisim Live account and learn electronics with an interactive, online, touch-optimized environment that works on any device. With a database of over 30,000 community circuits, you can immediately turn inspiration into the simulation. Try it now for free! 

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