Question: What Is Xsc1 In Multisim?

NI Multisim is a powerful schematic capture and simulation environment that engineers, students, and professors can use to simulate electronic circuits and prototype Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs).

This article shows you how to capture, simulate, and lay out your first design in Multisim.

What does Multisim do?

Multisim includes microcontroller simulation (formerly known as MultiMCU), as well as integrated import and export features to the Printed Circuit Board layout software in the suite, NI Ultiboard. Multisim is widely used in academia and industry for circuits education, electronic schematic design and SPICE simulation.

Where is oscilloscope in Multisim?

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How do I add wires to Multisim?

Multisim 14.2 Help

Complete the following steps to place a wire using the menu: Select Place»Wire. Right-click on the workspace and select Place on schematic»Wire from the context menu that appears. Click to place a junction on the workspace and then move the mouse to route the wire as desired.

How do you use a oscilloscope probe?

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Is NI Multisim free?

Try it now for free! Ultiboard™ is printed circuit board design and layout software that integrates seamlessly with Multisim™ to accelerate PCB prototype development.

What is NI Circuit Design Suite?

The NI Circuit Design Suite offers a complete approach to teaching circuits and electronics by integrating circuit capture, simulation, and layout in a package including Multisim™ and Ultiboard™ software.