ORCAD PSpice Designer and Capture are a high-end CAD/CAM software application, which allows for complex process modeling and simulation of electrical signals. This provides the capability of digital signal capture from an analog input, which is used to perform a variety of tasks ranging from simple tests of voltage and capacitance across different loads, to complex modeling and synthesis of complex physical processes. It also includes utilities that allow for the rapid simulation of complex waveforms like polygon, band, or frequency response. A wide range of simulation capabilities is also available along with the capability to create custom signal capture and routing configurations.
The OrCAD PSpice Designer software delivers all the functions required for creating accurate digital drawings from an analog circuit simulator using a variety of hardware options. The software features a user-friendly interface, supporting all operating systems and has been designed to work well with the latest computers. The two main features are that it captures an analog signal and performs the necessary operations automatically. This makes it an ideal tool for designing complex circuits with numerous junctions and interfaces and even for testing the performance of your designs.
The OrCAD PSpice Designer software is available as a standalone program which can be used for simulation of low signal distortion and bandwidth. It also includes a library containing a huge number of breakout and bias point configurations for VSPs and other device drivers. Powerful visualization and editing tool are also included in the OrCAD PSpice Designer software to make the entire simulation and design process much easier. The OrCAD PSpice Designer is also able to send custom messages for generating control patterns and receive signals for triggering on visualizations. The Waveform Database contains a huge number of waveform types which include the well known amplitude spectrum, sine wave, sinusoidal waveform, triangle wave, saw wave and random spectrum.