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Micro-Cap 11 comes in two varieties, a 32 bit version which can access 3GB of RAM and a 64 bit version which can access as much as 192GB of RAM. The 192GB version can analyze circuits with 10 million components.
This new analysis mode, finds worst case performance limits for a circuit using RSS, Monte Carlo, and Extreme Value methods.
This type of analysis is used to find the stability limits for linear circuits using either the Tian or Middlebrooke methods.
Password-protected encryption can now be used on circuit, macro and library files.
A Title Block editor was added that allows multiple fonts, adjustable size, and title block template save and recall for greater ease of use.
An option for RTF text format was added, enabling super and sub-scripting, and font, style, size and color control of individual words within a text block.
An option was added to allow arbitrary text angles.
A command statement builder was added to help construct .measure, .warning, .help, and .define statements.
Background images, including watermarks, can be added to a schematic.
Graph Paper was added to the Grid options
An auto scale option was added to the schematic.
Pins and wires that have no connections can be marked with a special symbol (yellow triangle) that shows possible faulty wiring.
An Excel file can be created from the BOM contents.
The .define values can optionally be expanded in the BOM, so that .DEFINE RX 3K shows up as 3K and not RX.
The automatic display of the Attribute Dialog box that occurs when you place a component can be eliminated. This is convenient when drawing a general schematic without values.
This dialog box can now be expanded by dragging the Size grow icon, making viewing large subcircuits easier.
The location of major dialog boxes can be saved, even if they are on different monitors.
A feature was added to disable or enable grid snap for text.
This command was improved to include whole word search and to show the schematic location of the found item behind the dialog box.
An on/off check box was added to the enable region to make it easy to disable/enable the region expression checking.
An All option was added to this command.
Push-pin text can be enabled in the Text dialog box. Placing a mouse over the text displays the text. Otherwise just push pin is shown.
Image files in a circuit can now be localized (embedded or saved in the circuit file) making the circuit file more portable.
Images can be dragged from one application and dropped into a Micro-Cap schematic or analysis plot.
Info page content can be chosen from the circuit Properties dialog box (F10).
The color of each schematic object is displayed beside the item for greater clarity.
The Change dialog box now shows selected components.
An integration operator that integrates a waveform between two X values and a Peak-to-peak operator that measures the peak to peak of a waveform over the simulation run were added.
The HSPICE .Measure command was added.
A measurements window shows the results of .measure and performance functions.
Common measurement functions using the basic .measure command set. Includes pulse width, frequency, period, overshoot, delay, and power factor.
Extensive set of FFT windowing functions (Rectangular, Cosine, Tukey, Barlett-Hann, Blackman, and many more)
For HARMN, db(HARMN), THD and IHD
An option for computing Fourier spectra using the Fourier integral rather than the FFT was added.
An option for cliping baseline db values and ignoring the phase computation for low db values was added.
This is a linear and polynomial curve fitting utility for analysis plots.
This is an option to ignore analysis plots that have a disabled or missing part or node, for cases where you want to switch between enabling and disabling circuitry and have the analysis limts plots still be legal.
Up to 19 plots within each plot page can be named and used.
Analysis plots heights can be adjusted by dragging.
Temperature and frequency were added to the text display.
The analysis limits can now be copied from one circuit and pasted into another.
The Plot tab of the of the Plot Properties dialog box controls how many P keys to skip between values printed to the plot. This lets you use the P key to monitor the analysis without slowing the simulation too much.
The name and path can be set for numeric output files.
The speed of the output routines was enhanced in anticipation of the need in larger circuits possible with the 64 bit version.
A new pop-up menu provides control (move, add, delete, copy, and paste) for each plot item in the analysis limits dialog box. Click and drag for plot items makes it easy to rearrange the plot order.
A "Wait for Key Press After T=" which waits until T equals the specified time to start the key press wait was added.
A fourth GAASFET model option was added.
The latest BSIM 4.7 model was added.
Added the ALPHA, VK, ISR, N, NR parameters.P
The M multiplier command line parameter was added to diodes, BJTs, and JFETs.
Floor and ceiling functions were added using standard C language notation.
The internal structure variables for many complex models are now available for plotting. For example gm, gmbs, vdseff for BSIM3 models.
This lower limit below which the phase function is ignored, minimzes choppy plots when the real and imaginary parts are very small.
This is a lower limit below which the magnitude function is clipped.
The limit on the number of runs was increased to 100,000.
Stepping and Monte Carlo can be run simultaneously. Formerly, only one or the other could be run at a time.
Hovering the mouse over a histogram bar shows the Y value and the X range in the Status bar.
The number of histogram bars can be set when using the Auto option.
When creating an exception file, a text string is placed in the schematic to describe the case that was used such as Temperature=27 Case=3.
When a component can't find its assigned shape, a flag is set so that the part looks for its normally assigned shape each time the component file is loaded.
Partial merges can be done when merging two component library files.
A Save As icon was added to the Component editor tool bar.
If a component library is set to read-only, the text "(Read Only)" is appended to the file name in the hierarchy display.
The size of the Component editor dialog box and its Move dialog box are now user-controllable using the Size grip icon.
The size of the Shape editor dialog box is now user-controllable using the Size grow icon.
The text direction is now uniform, irrespective of orientation.
Optionally, only the portion within a select box can be printed.
Each page can have a different print scale.
Disabled items can optionally be excluded from the print.
Data from an Excel spreadsheet can be imported into a User model file using Copy (on the Excel side) and Special Paste (on the MC11 side).
Plotting can be eliminated with the new /quiet command.
Batch file commands were added to facilitate capture of schematic and plot images.
A batch file command (/SVI) was added to save voltage and current only.
A batch file that normally is executed from DOS or a Micro-Cap command line can now be executed from within Micro-Cap.
A new button was added to set the default value to the current value.
Cursor tags can have branch information added to the tag.
WMF files can be created with transparent background.
Users can set the min and max colors and the graph color will scale in between.