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Group Overview

Improve your circuit design by expanding the simulation capabilities of Multisim with a large set of custom instruments and analyses developed in LabVIEW. These instruments are geared towards specific engineering application topics such as system control, audio signal processing, noise analysis, and power design. Take advantage of custom input/output signals, controlled design variables, virtual hardware instrumentation, among many other provided functionalities. To start off, follow the downloading instructions in the "Download and Installation" section.

Owned by: Fernando_D Mahmoud_W

Tags: labview, simulation, multisim, analysis, instruments, custom

Created: Feb 16, 2012

Group Type: Open

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Download and Installation

Installation Steps


1. Find your download directory.


  • Open Multisim and check the default location for the User LabVIEW instruments path under Options » Global Preferences.


2. Choose and download your instrument.


  • Download the LabVIEW .LLB and .DLL files of the analyses. The .DLL files will be found in the folder with the .ZIP extension. Proceed to save them under the folder specified in the Global Preferences from step 1. Extract the .ZIP folder into the same directory.


3. Use your new custom instrument!


  • Restart Multisim if it was open while installing the instrument, if not then simply launch Multisim. These tools should appear in the LabVIEW Instruments pop-out menu, under the Instruments toolbar.


Tutorial Video




For a more detailed guide, check out the Resources section.

Interested in helping out?

Become a contributor with your own custom LabVIEW Instruments or share you ideas in the Discussions tab. There is always room to share you circuits and simulations, as well as your custom made instruments. If development of your own Instruments sounds like the thing for you, a quick start tutorial can be found here.



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