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Creating Circuits in Multisim

Module by: Janell Rodriguez. E-mail the author

Summary: This module provides a brief introduction to creating circuits in National Instruments Multisim. Multisim is fully featured SPICE schematic capture and simulation tool used for circuit design, simulation, and in combination with Ultiboard for layout of custom PCBs.

Circuit Wizards

Multisim provides several circuit wizards, which can aid designers by quickly producing circuits to match specifications. The circuits wizards provided are listed in . To use a circuit wizard, select Tools/Circuit Wizards.

Figure 1: Circuit Wizards
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Figure 2: Filter Wizard Dialog Box
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Use the 555 Timer Wizard to build astable and monostable oscillator circuits that use the 555 timer.

The Multisim Filter Wizard helps design numerous types of filters by entering the specifications into its fields.

The Common Emitter BJT Amplifier Wizard helps design common emitter amplifier circuits by entering the desired specifications into its fields. The Multisim MOSFET Amplifier Wizard helps design MOSFET amplifier circuits. The Multisim Opamp Wizard helps design the following opamp circuits. Users can enter the desired specifications in its fields:

  • Inverting Amplifier.
  • Non-inverting Amplifier.
  • Difference Amplifier.
  • Inverted Summing Amplifier.
  • Non-inverted Summing Amplifier.
  • Scaling Adder.

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