PSpice® for TI design and simulation tool




PSpice® for TI is a design and simulation environment that helps evaluate functionality of analog circuits. This full-featured, design and simulation suite uses an analog analysis engine from Cadence®. Available at no cost, PSpice for TI includes one of the largest model libraries in the industry, spanning our analog and power portfolio, as well as select analog behavioral models.

The PSpice for TI design and simulation environment allows you to simulate complex mixed-signal designs with its built-in library. Create complete end equipment designs and prototype your solutions before you commit to layout and fabrication, reducing time to market and development cost. 

Within the PSpice for TI design and simulation tool, you can search for TI devices, explore the portfolio, open test benches and simulate your design to further analyze the selected device. You can also run co-simulation of multiple TI devices to better represent your system.

In addition to a full library of preloaded models, you can easily access the latest technical collateral for TI devices within the PSPICE-FOR-TI tool. After you have verified that you have the correct device for your application, you can access the TI store to purchase the product. 

Using PSpice for TI, you have access to tools to address your simulation needs as you progress through the design cycle, from circuit exploration to design development and verification. Available at no cost, it is easy to get started. Download the PSpice design and simulation suite today to start your design.

 Getting started

  1. Request access to the PSPICE-FOR-TI simulator
  2. Download and install
  3. Watch trainings on how to start simulating
  • Leverages Cadence PSpice Technology
  • Preinstalled library with a suite of digital models to enable worst-case timing analysis
  • Dynamic updates ensure you have access to most current device models
  • Optimized for simulation speed without loss of accuracy
  • Supports simultaneous analysis of multiple products
  • Based on OrCAD Capture framework, providing access to the industry’s most widely used schematic capture and simulation environment
  • Able to work off-line
  • Validate design over a wide range of operating conditions and device tolerances including
    • Automatic measurements and post-processing
    • Monte Carlo analysis
    • Worst-case analysis
    • Thermal analysis


Simulation tool

PSPICE-FOR-TI PSpice® for TI design and simulation tool

Supported products & hardware

Supported products & hardware

Biosensing AFEs
AFE4960P Two-channel ECG and PPG analog front end with integrated respiration and pace detection
General-purpose op amps
LM2902B Quad 36-V 1.2-MHz operational amplifier with -40°C to 125°C operation LM2902B-Q1 Automotive quad, 36-V, 1.2-MHz operational amplifier with -40°C to 125°C operation LM324B Quad, 36-V 1.2-MHz 3-mV offset voltage operational amplifier with -40°C to 85°C operation OPA2992-Q1 Automotive, dual, 40-V, 10-MHz rail-to-rail input and output low-noise operational amplifier OPA4991-EP Enhanced-product, quad, 40-V 4.5-MHz rail-to-rail input and output (RRIO) operational amplifier OPA992-Q1 Automotive, single, 40-V, 10-MHz rail-to-rail input and output low-noise operational amplifier
High-speed ADCs (≥10 MSPS)
ADC3544 Single-channel, 14-bit, 125-MSPS, low-noise, ultra-low-power and low-latency ADC ADC3561 Single-channel, 16-bit, 10-MSPS, low-noise ultra-low-power low-latency ADC ADC3562 Single-channel, 16-bit, 25-MSPS, low-noise ultra-low-power low-latency ADC ADC3582 Single-channel, 18-bit, 25-MSPS, low-noise ultra-low-power low-latency ADC ADC3641 Dual-channel, 14-bit, 10-MSPS, low-noise, ultra-low-power analog-to-digital converter (ADC) ADC3642 Dual-channel, 14-bit, 25-MSPS, low-noise, ultra-low-power analog-to-digital converter (ADC) ADC3661 Dual-channel, 16-bit, 10-MSPS, low-noise ultra-low-power low-latency ADC
Precision DACs (≤10 MSPS)
DAC53204W Four-channel, 10-bit, VOUT and IOUT smart DAC in wafer chip scale package with I²C, SPI and Hi-Z out

Technical documentation

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Technical article Getting started in PSpice for TI, part 2: Using markers for quick and clean simulation results 08 Jun 2021
Technical article Getting started in PSpice for TI, part 1: Optimize your simulation profile in 6 steps 05 Mar 2021
More literature Getting started with the new PSpice® for TI design and simulation tool 16 Dec 2020
Technical article How to simulate complex analog power and signal-chain circuits with PSpice for TI 14 Sep 2020

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