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OrCAD is out with its latest trial version, OrCAD Trial 2019. Download and use the full power of the latest release of OrCAD® Capture CIS, PSpice, PCB Editor, OrCAD® Sigrity ERC, and more, for up to 30 days. Designed to accelerate your productivity, this is a version to explore and experience.
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Capture is one of the most widely used schematic design solutions and OrCAD 2019 offers some powerful features such as a streamlined workspace, an improved PCB design flow, and enhanced search experience. It has a new theme and an interface to access external parts integrated within the application. Check out the Start Page in OrCAD Capture, which has a Resources tab with user guides, tutorials, and videos that help you learn the tool and become productive.
PCB Editor is the de facto leader in PCB editing and routing solutions. Use this scalable layout editor for conventional board designs as well as the latest rigid-flex boards for today's smart and IoT-enabled devices.
PSpice is the industry-leading digital and mixed analysis application. Use it to analyze and refine your circuits, components, and parameters before committing to layout and fabrication. The embedded learning environment, Learning PSpice in Capture, with real-world examples, gives you an immersive experience to understand electronic circuit simulation theory and practice simulation.
If you're excited and want to learn more about the OrCAD Trial products, click here. Or, to get a first look at what’s new in the latest release and explore important features, click here.
And, of course, you can explore the OrCAD Resources page for all OrCAD technologies in general or the PSpice Resources page for videos, app notes, datasheets, tutorials, webinars, and many more resources on PSpice in particular. We encourage you to become part of the learning process itself by joining the PSpice community. If you still have queries or for any feedback, contact your local Cadence Channel Partner.