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Controlling Motors with the Talon SRX

Do you struggle to understand how to use the Talon SRX controller effectively?  What is PID and PIDF?  How does feedback control work?  What is feed-forward control? How are values of P, I, D, & F determined? How is the new Talon SRX "motion profile" feature supposed to be used?  

If these are your questions, this blog is for you.  

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Waveform Measurements Are Here!

Many of you have asked us to provide an easy way to analyze waveforms in SystemVision Cloud.  Well, the wait is over!

Watch this short video to see what you can do with these new Waveform Analysis Tools.

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Import Your SystemVision Cloud Design Into the PADS PCB environment

SystemVision Cloud is designed to work with the Mentor PADS PCB tools.  If you have the PADS PCB tools, you can install an import tool into the schematic capture environment.  Using this import tool, you can login with your SystemVision Cloud account, from within the schematic environment, browse for your online designs, and import them into a PADS schematic.  

For an overview of this capability, visit the SystemVision PADS AMS Cloud page.

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SPICE modeling in SystemVision Cloud

We are pleased to announce that SystemVision Cloud now supports import of SPICE subcircuits and individual ".model" statements as a way to specify a model for use in SystemVision.  Simply choose the Create New Component > From SPICE menu when you are editing a design.

Watch this short video to see a demonstration:

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Re-use Models That You Find

Simply right-click and choose "Add Favorite"

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How To Get Help With SystemVision Cloud

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Submit a Design – Win a Book

Students around the world are using SystemVision Cloud circuit simulation in their classwork.  And, to everyone’s benefit, they are posting their designs for everyone to view.  We invite you to join them!

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Battery Model From Experimental Data

Many have observed that as a rechargeable battery is discharged the voltage that it supplies drops. Conversely, when it it recharged, the output voltage goes back up.  Wouldn't it be nice if you could measure this voltage, as a function of the state-of-charge (SOC), and use it to quickly make an accurate model for the battery?  This blog will show you how to do just this with SystemVision® Cloud. 

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SystemVision Cloud Goes to School: Common Emitter Amplifier Circuit

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SystemVision Cloud for Multi-Discipline Simulation

As director of the original SystemVision multi-discipline environment, I’m excited to introduce the next generation of this powerful technology.  This brief video explains why SystemVision Cloud should be the tool of choice for online circuit & system simulation.

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