EMA Design Automation (EMA) and AEi Systems have announced the latest version, 4.1, of the AEi Systems’ Power IC Model Library for the Cadence PSpice simulator. “This update to the power IC model library will make it easier for our PSpice customers to obtain high quality bench tested models,” says Manny Marcano, President and CEO of EMA.
AVX released version two of their SpiTanIII tantalum and niobium oxide (Oxicap) capacitor simulation software. The tool helps electronic design engineers model and build stable, robust, and reliable designs. SpiTanIII V2.0 features a broadly expanded library of part numbers, new two-capacitor comparison tool, and increased user friendliness, such as the new button specifically dedicated to generating S-parameters. The latest version of SpiTanIII is available now.
Real Intent introduced the latest version of their Meridian Constraints product for comprehensive design constraint management. This new software release features enhanced speed, analysis and SystemVerilog language support. The new release of Meridian Constraints is available now. Pricing depends on product configuration.
XJTAG released the latest version of their boundary scan development system. Engineers can intuitively learn how to use XJTAG 3.0 without attending lengthy and expensive training courses. The new XJTAG Development System is now available on a 30-day free trial.
Corelis introduced version 1.23 of I2C Exerciser software. The tool improves the capabilities of Corelis’ BusPro-I and CAS-1000-I2C/E bus analyzer products. The new software upgrade is available free to registered owners of the Corelis BusPro-I and CAS-1000-I2C/E products. A trial version of the software is also available to new users.
Laird Technologies released the latest version of the AZTEC thermoelectric module (TEM) simulation software. AZTEC is a user-friendly tool that can speed up product development by running simulations on a TEM and viewing its expected output performance based on a given set of thermal and electrical operating points. The tool is available online now.
AWR launched Analyst, which is a parallelized 3D finite element method (FEM) electromagnetic (EM) simulation and analysis software. It is seamlessly and fully integrated within the AWR Design Environment. Analyst lets you move from circuit concept to full 3D EM verification with a single mouse click. With 3D EM and circuit analysis in one integrated workflow, engineers can spend their time designing and optimizing for performance.
Synopsys recently introduced version 10.5 of the CODE V Optical Design Software, which is an optical engineering and design software. The solution supports the optimization, analysis and tolerancing of image-forming optical systems and free-space photonic devices. CODE V v10.5 includes new and improved optimization and tolerancing features for the design of high-performance optical systems with reduced sensitivity to manufacturing and alignment errors. This helps designers create systems that perform as specified, are less expensive to manufacture and can be assembled faster. CODE V version 10.5 is available now.
Coverity launched version 6.5 of their Development Testing Platform, which is an integrated suite of software testing technologies for identifying and remediating critical quality and security issues during development. The latest version features Coverity Test Advisor for change impact analysis and unit testing on high risk code, including changed code and code impacted by a change, alerting developers of code not covered by unit tests. Coverity Development Testing Platform 6.5 is available now.
National Instruments launched the latest version of TestStand, which is an automated test management software. NI TestStand 2012 helps engineers increase the flexibility and throughput of their automated test systems. The new modular framework makes test setup easier, expands test and reporting flexibility, and makes it possible for engineers to simultaneously test and report during parallel testing.