This tutorial provides instructions on how to properly setup custom simulation analyses created in LabVIEW into the Multisim environment.
Multisim 12.0 supports custom analyses created in LabVIEW 2010 (and previous).
Multisim 12.0 features eight different built-in tools for custom analyses; users can include an unlimited number of analyses to fit their simulation needs. The following table lists the built-in analyses and examples of circuits users can evaluate.
NI PXI-655x Waveform Generator
Modeling of NI PXI-655x waveform generator connectivity to ECL and TTL circuits
Characterization of transistor SPICE models
Matching, complex I/O impedance, reflection of reactive circuits of high-frequency circuits
Microphone and Speaker
Signal processing of audio signals
Gilbert cell mixer at IF stages
Signal and Streaming Generators
Binary weighted input digital-to-analog converter
In addition to the simulation analyses you automatically receive when installing the software, NI has provided more custom analyses to download and include in your simulation. Click here to download these custom analyses.
Open Multisim and check the default location for the User LabVIEW instruments path under Options»Global Preferences as shown below.
Download the LabVIEW .LLB and .DLL files of the analyses and save them under the folder specified in Multisim Global Preferences as shown below.
Collaborate with other users in our discussion forums
A valid service agreement may be required, and support options vary by country.