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Tina V7 PDF Print E-mail
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TINA Design Suite is a powerful yet affordable software package for analyzing, designing and real time testing analog, digital, VHDL, MCU, and mixed electronic circuits and their PCB layouts. You can also analyze RF, communication, optoelectronic circuits, test & debug microcontroller applications. A unique feature of TINA that you can bring your circuit to life with the optional USB controlled TINALab II hardware which turns your computer into a powerful, multifunction T&M instrument. Electrical engineers will find TINA an easy to use, high performance tool, while educators will welcome its unique features for the training environment

 

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EDISON PDF Print E-mail
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Create, test, and repair circuits safely and easily with photorealistic 3D components, and get the shematics simultaneously.

Explore the laws of electricity and electronics via multimedia screen with virtual measurements, sound and animation.

Full range of analog and digital electronic components.

100+ experiments and problems.

Tools to create your own courseware to match curriculum objectives.

Fits science, physics and basic electronics curriculums.

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Newton 3D PDF Print E-mail
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The virtual world of NEWTON v3.0 provides a completely new way of learning physics – the exploration of kinematics and dynamics on a computer in 3D.  The virtual world of Newton is ruled by the simulated laws of physics, allowing you to build, manipulate and investigate your experiments interactively, without the limitations of physical models.

When creating an experiment in Newton, you can select from a wide range of real world or abstract objects, from the simplest geometrical bodies (brick, sphere, etc.), complex instruments (stands, slope, car, etc.), and constraints (many types of joints and springs). 

 

 

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