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 on: January 01, 2017, 12:22:59 PM 
Started by robertd1968 - Last post by robertd1968
Hello there,

When will STM Arm be supported in Tina? TI is supported, but my company does not use this brand of Arm.

will this be included in the future?

Thanks for any insight,


PS. Does anybody have a macro for the STM version of the arm they would be willing to share?

I will also contact STM about this, I'm sure they should be the ones to release support for this.   Smiley

 on: January 01, 2017, 12:16:34 PM 
Started by robertd1968 - Last post by robertd1968
This program has come a long way since the purchase of it, I now use it on a daily basis.

Since the upgrade to version 11 I really like where it is going! I will continue to use the hack out of it, thanks for the wonderful improvements in this software.

 on: December 25, 2016, 08:12:50 AM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by horvatht
It was a bug on our update server. We've already fixed it please try to update again if you do not have the update yet.

 on: December 22, 2016, 07:29:48 PM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by etl17
Hi there,

I upgraded my Tina 10 DS HDL to version 11 DS HDL a couple of days ago.
Today Tina 11 Industrial DS with HDL prompted me that a new updated is available for download ( After Accepting to download and update, the new version of Tina doesn't have the HDL add-on enabled! Is there something specific that I need to do in order to keep the HDL add-on license between updates of the program?

Thank you in advance,

 on: December 21, 2016, 01:58:34 PM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by etl17
Hi there,

Is there any way to specify include directories for Verilog files?
It seems that both the project directory or the directory where the top level .v file is located are not searched for included .v files


 on: December 21, 2016, 08:06:06 AM 
Started by tvol76 - Last post by CDRIVE
I know this is an old post so this reply may be of use to someone else that's curious.

The Spice Level 3 properties provide for (Rd) Drain Resistance and (Rs) Source Resistance. So it would be logical that RdsON would be = to Rd + Rs.


 on: December 21, 2016, 07:47:28 AM 
Started by Robyn Aston - Last post by CDRIVE
pwediyfx, you did a lot of fine work for the OP. Sadly, after nearly a year has passed since he made that post, it may be falling on deaf ears. On the up side there are probably others that will eventually make good use of your hard work.

The forum has long needed a member that's proficient in pcode, spice models, .mod, .cir and .lib files. Welcome aboard!


 on: December 17, 2016, 07:54:44 PM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by CDRIVE
I'm not sure I understand your question. I don't think Tina gives a hoot about how the code was compiled or what compiled it. It simply imports your choice of ASM, HEX, HEX-LST or C. At least that's what I do.


 on: December 16, 2016, 06:25:59 PM 
Started by etl17 - Last post by etl17

I am trying to simulate a PIC based design. I am currently using the Microchip XC8 compiler. However, Tina doesn't seem to acknowledge that XC8 is installed in my system. When I installed the compiler, I opted for not modifying the environment variables (system path). Does Tina rely on the system path to locate each compiler? Is there a configuration setting or file that I can explicitly specify the compiler's location in my system?

 on: December 15, 2016, 10:22:51 AM 
Started by horvatht - Last post by horvatht
Dear Forum members,

Yes, it’s that time again! After several years of development we are happy to announce the release of Tina 11 and TINA Design Suite v11 along with its fully compatible online version TINACloud

We are sure you’ll enjoy TINA’s many new features and improvements. We’ve done our best to bring the latest technology to your circuit design and simulation activities, while maintaining the intuitive and easy user experience. TINA is well known for its ease-of-use, and it is equally popular among industry designers, educators and students throughout the world.

In addition to the tons of features in TINA v6-10 here are some of the new features of TINA v11 and TINA Design Suite v11 and TINACloud


- 8,000+ new parts, including large number of Power & RF devices
- SystemC support, add your own digital filters and MCUs to TINA
- Industrial Power, Lighting, Motor Control application circuits
- XMC microcontrollers and application circuits
- Efficiency-, Average value- and Frequency meters
- Advanced Macro editing, popup text, analysis control links
- New sophisticated SAR & Sigma-Delta ADCs and DACs with SPI
- I2C, SPI, PM bus simulation and monitoring
- Transient Noise Generation and Analysis in the Industrial version
- Microchip XC8, MATRIX Flowcode 7, DAVE (XMC) & Arduino Support
- Post processing of Fourier Spectrum
- Export of Diagrams in CSD format (Common Simulation Data File)

PCB Design

- Importing 3D Enclosure models in industry standard formats
- Visualization and printing of PCB design with Enclosures in 3D
- Exporting PCB with Enclosure in industry standard formats
- Importing Footprints in 2D and 3D in industry standard formats


In the last three years TINACloud has gone a long way too and now it is also used as an online prototyping tool at Infineon Technologies, one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world. It now includes a lot of new features, Industrial Power & RF components and designs which are also available in the fully compatible TINA.

As a valued Tina user, we are now offering you a special product release:

Order TINA v11 or an upgrade to your licensed version today (through Dec 30 midnight) at and receive special introductory prices with 30% discount a complimentary, three-year subscription to TINACloud free HDL package for the Educational, Classic and Industrial versions With this incredible time limited upgrade you will be able to run, test and present your circuit designs on virtually every OS including Windows/Mac/Linux and every platform from smart phones through tablets to desktop PCs. Now, wherever you are, including home, office, classroom, traveling to conferences, client offices, and meetings, you can experience TINA’s tremendous feature set.

So, don’t hesitate and place your order now to get all the benefits at once!

Thank you for being a loyal DesignSoft Customer.

DesignSoft Team

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