Day 1

  • Module 1 - Overview of the SIMPLIS Environment
    • 1.0 SIMPLIS Basics
      • 1.0.1 SIMPLIS is a Time-Domain Simulator, all the Time, for Every Analysis, Period
      • 1.0.2 PWL Simulation and Modeling
      • 1.0.3 Accuracy of PWL Models
      • 1.0.4 Multi-Level Modeling
      • 1.0.5 POP Analysis
      • 1.0.6 AC Analysis
    • 1.1 Introduction to DVM: What is DVM?
  • Module 2 - Advanced SIMPLIS
    • 2.0 Transient Analysis Settings
    • 2.1 Initial Conditions and Back Annotation
      • 2.1.1 The dot INIT File
      • 2.1.2 Back Annotating a Schematic
    • 2.2 How the Periodic Operating Point (POP) Analysis Really Works
      • 2.2.1 Overview of the POP Analysis
      • 2.2.2 The Core POP Process
      • 2.2.3 POP Syntax Errors
      • 2.2.4 Circuits Which Cause POP to fail
    • 2.3 Managing Simulation Data
    • 2.4 Advanced Probing
      • 2.4.2 Generating Per Cycle Curves

Day 2

  • Module 3 - Getting Ready to Model
    • 3.0 A Look under the SIMPLIS Hood
      • 3.0.1 What Happens When you Press F9
      • 3.0.2 What Actual Device is Simulated in SIMPLIS
    • 3.1 SIMPLIS Multi-Step Analysis
    • 3.2 SIMPLIS Monte Carlo Analysis
  • Module 4 - Introduction to Modeling
    • 4.0 What is a Symbol?
    • 4.1 What is a Model?
    • 4.2 What is a Schematic Component file?
    • 4.3 What is a Device?
    • 4.5 Debugging Slow Simulations
  • Module 5 - Parameterization
    • 5.0 About Parameters
    • 5.1 Passing Parameters into Subcircuits

Day 3

  • Module 5 - Parameterization
    • 5.2 Parameter-Editing Dialogs
  • Applications
    • Application D - DVM Applications
      • Setting up your circuit for DVM
      • Built-in testplans
        • DC/DC 1-Input/1-Output testplan
        • Efficiency
      • Specialized Analyses
        • Nested Multi-Step Analyses
        • Monte-Carlo Analysis
        • Sensitivity and Worst Case Analysis
        • Multi-Tone AC Analysis
        • Combining Efficiency and Loop Characterization in one Test Suite
    • Application B - Switching Losses and Measuring Efficiency