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SaberRD Training Video 1 - Time Domain Analysis

This video introduces the time domain, or transient, analysis.

SaberRD Training Video 2 - Schematic Capture and Parts Library

This video describes the schematic capture capabilities of SaberRD. The vast library of available parts is also demonstrated.

SaberRD Training Video 3 - Operating Point and Small Signal Frequency Analysis

This video shows the operating point (DC) analysis as well as the Small Signal Frequency (AC) analysis.

SaberRD Training Video 4 - Test Automation

This video introduces SaberRD Experiment Analyzer. Experiment Analyzer is a powerful feature that allows you to automate frequently used tests, waveforms, measurements, and reporting.

SaberRD Training Video 5 - Design Optimization

This video shows how to use Saber’s built-in optimizer to optimize a design. The optimizer can also be used for worst-case analysis or model development and curve matching.

SaberRD Training Video 6 - Introduction to Modeling

This video is an introduction to the modeling tools available in the Saber environment.

SaberRD Training Video 7 - Importing SPICE Models

This video shows how to use Saber’s SPICE import utility. Importing a SPICE model can be useful when you are not able to use Saber’s built-in characterization tools or find your part in the Saber ...

SaberRD Training Video 8 - Modeling with Table Look-Up

This video shows how to use Saber’s Table Look-Up (TLU) Modeling utility. TLUs are an extremely versatile modeling approach and useful anytime you can describe behavior with tabular data.

SaberRD Training Video 9 - Modeling with StateAMS

This video shows how to use Saber’s StateAMS modeling utility. StateAMS is a graphical way to develop behavioral models for anything analog, mixed-signal, or digital without having to learn a ...

SaberRD Training Video 10 - Model Characterization with the Power MOSFET Tool

This video shows how to use SaberRD’s power device characterization tools using a Power MOSFET as an example. The same methodology applies for IGBTs, BJTs, etc.