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The Application of EDA Technology in the Teaching of Communication Circuits

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    Title: The Application of EDA Technology in the Teaching of Communication Circuits
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    1. Communication Circuits
    2. EDA
    3. Tuned Amplifier

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    College of Information Science and Technology, Donghua University

    Abstract

    With the design and simulation of single and double-tuned amplifiers as an example, this paper discusses the application of NI Multisim, the advanced software, in the communication circuit teaching. Using the NI Multisim simulation platform, the parameters of various components in the circuit can be set freely. The relationship between the specific circuit parameters and the circuit performance can be investigated directly and in depth by referring to the simulation results. The proper combination of NI Multisim simulation software and the NI ELVIS platform can provide an effective training platform for improving the students’ comprehensive abilities in circuit design.