Multisim 11.0.1, the latest maintenance release, is now available! This latest release includes several new features and enhancements to improve productivity during circuit simulation, design and prototyping. Improvements include new functionality for virtual connectors for the creation of cleaner schematics, better design synchronization during forward and backward annotation, and other performance and usability improvements to both Multisim and Ultiboard. Additionally, there is an expanded library of components and models from Analog Devices, and 1500+ new land patterns in NI Ultiboard for faster design.
To see what's new in the Professional edition: http://bit.ly/bkfMdE
To see what's new in the Education edition: http://bit.ly/b2sSU9
For Standard Service Program (SSP) customers, this update is now available via NI Update Service, or for manual download. If you are not an SSP customer, you can consult the following webpage to learn how to upgrade to the latest version: http://bit.ly/bhMcec
Instructions for SSP Customers
Method 1: Install via NI Update Service:
1. Close any open sessions of Multisim/Ultiboard
2. Go to Start > All Programs > National Instruments > NI Update Service
3. Select Check for Updates
4. Select the checkbox for NI Circuit Design Suite 11.0.1 and click Install
Method 2: Download the Update Manually:
Professional Editions: http://joule.ni.com/nidu/cds/view/p/id/2194/lang/en
Educational Editions: http://joule.ni.com/nidu/cds/view/p/id/2193/lang/en
In my About MultiSim box the version given is stated as 11.0 (11.0.278) with build date of Dec. 17, 2009. I'm confused about the meaning. Am I recieving automatic updates, or should I be installing this 11.0.1 version?
Open the NI Update Service (Programs>>National Instruments) and click on Check for Updates. If your contract is active you will see Circuit Design Suite 11.0.1 in the Critical Updates list. If your contract has expired you will be eligible to install version 22.214.171.124 (11.0.458), this is a free update.
All these numbers can be a little confusing. Version 11.x is the 'official' name (so to speak), and 11.x.xxx is the exact version number.
Let us know how it works.
Hi, I'm new in this page, someone could tell me where I have to download the multi 11, because I have to do some digital circuits to do:
I don't any software for the simulation. I hope a good answer
Thank you for your interest in Multisim. You can download the evaluation edition at:
Just click on Donwload Multisim, and select the edition that you want to evaluate.
hello. I was just wondering, i need help.
so i made my circuit in the schematic and then transfered it to the ultiboard. And now, i want to print the layout of the pcb that i created and hopefully, make my one pcb. (like etch it my self, drench it in ferric chloride and the like.) Is there a way for me to print it? and transfer it later on to an acetate? I'm gonna use a photo sensitive pcb. help! it;s for my project. Sorry i posted this here. You see im new here. so i don't know how to post a new topic in the forum.
NI Staffs, if you don't mind, what should I do if I want to activate my evaluation edition of Multisim 11.0
I've tried the code of my professor who bought the said product. But it didn't work.
So what I really want to say is, if could you give me a code that I can use to activate that.
Because I really need it, because I need to create circuit designs for our projects.
Thanks very much,
To solve your question, you first have to know if the code you acquired from your prof is the Serial Number OR the Activation Code. If it's the serial number and the software has being installed on fewer than 3 computers, you should be able to retrieve an activation code for installation on http://ni.com/activate. Otherwise you need to create a Service Request on http://www.ni.com/support/ or call our customer service. We'll take care of your case as soon as we receive your request. Hope that helps,