Design tools & simulation
Browse our portfolio of diverse selection tools, calculators, simulation tools and model libraries that aid the entire PCB design process
We provide a wide variety of design tools, models, and simulators to help you with the board design process. Our portfolio helps you select the right IC, design the application BOM, analyze your design and even export it to your favorite CAD environment. To verify your design, we offer the PSpice® for TI design and simulation tool that includes an extensive library of simulation models for our products. With comprehensive tools such as WEBENCH® Power Designer, a power for processor selector, the Power Stage Designer™ software tool, and an active filter designer, you can perform quick calculations and simulations to help you analyze and understand your design performance.
Power design tools
WEBENCH® Power Designer
Save time and prototype your Switched Mode Power Supply (SMPS) designs quickly. Select the right power regulator, design an application circuit and generate a BOM, enable the analysis of a circuit, and export your design to your favorite CAD tools.
Power for processors
Get a jump start with recommendations for discrete point of load regulators and PMICs to power your chosen processor or FPGA. This tool gives you the freedom to pick the right regulator that suits your application requirements.
Power Stage Designer™ software tool
Deeply analyze voltage, current stresses and stability with the Power Stage Designer™ software tool. The tool supports the majority of power topologies, from buck (step-down) to phase shifted full bridges.
Signal chain design tools
Design, optimize, and simulate complete multi-stage active filter solutions within minutes.
Analog circuits are combined together to create sub-systems of complete designs.
Analysis and simulation tools
Use our models and simulators to design faster. PSpice® for TI is a full-featured, design and simulation suite that helps evaluate analog circuits, and the PCB thermal calculator helps estimate the thermal dissipation of components on your board.