ACS Press Release - July 6, 2009
ACS Announces Release of LINC2 v2.72
CA, July 7, 2009 -- Applied Computational Sciences -- A new version of the LINC2 Pro RF and microwave
design and simulation software suite has been released by ACS (Applied Computational Sciences, LLC). LINC2 V2.72
includes many new enhancements and upgrades, including new circuit models and simulation methods. Included among
the many new enhancements are variable parameter sweeps, user defined equations, and special output functions for
post processing simulation data. Special intrinsic functions provide new ways of processing and viewing simulation
results such as finding and tracking the frequency point at which the maximum value of a circuit response occurs
or tracking the frequency of oscillation for an oscillator relative to the value of a variable parameter or
circuit component value.
The latest edition of LINC2 also offers an enhanced schematic capture and editing
environment, including new user settings for simulation control and the ability to save settings to disk for later
instant recall. Recent versions offer a snap-to-grid feature for easy placement and alignment of components on the
can be entered manually or created automatically by a number of circuit synthesis modules. The LINC2 Pro RF and
microwave circuit design and analysis software suite combines circuit synthesis, simulation, optimization and
statistical yield analysis into a single integrated design environment at an affordable cost. For more information
about LINC2, visit the ACS website at www.appliedmicrowave.com.
Applied Computational Sciences (ACS), Escondido, CA
Posted July 6, 2009
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