Traning Class Schedule 2011

The PSpice Workshop

Los Angeles, CA Mar. 28-30 3 days - $1995 - Register
Indianapolis, IN June 20-22 3 days - $1995 - Register
Orlando, FL Dec. 5-7 3 days - $1995 - Register

The Advanced PSpice Workshop

Huntsville, AL, April 25-27 3 days - $1995 - Register
Phoenix, AZ, May 23-25 3 days - $1995 - Register
Boston, MA June 18-20 3 days - $1995 - Register
Portland, OR Sept. 12-14 3 days - $1995 - Register


The PIC Workshop (Learn PIC BASIC Pro)

Chicago, IL, Jan. 31-Feb. 1 2 days - $1995 - Register
Los Angeles, CA Mar. 31-Apr. 1 2 days - $1995 - Register
Albuquerque, NM Nov. 7-8 2 days - $1995 - Register

The Hi-Tech PIC Workshop (Learn HI-TECH C)

Phoenix, AZ, May 26-27 2 days - $1995 - Register
Boston, MA, July 21-23 2 days - $1995 - Register
San Diego, CA, Oct. 10-11 2 days - $1995 - Register
Orlando, FL Dec. 8-9 2 days - $1995 - Register

The Advanced PIC Workshop

Huntsville, AL, April 28-29 2 days - $1995 - Register
Indianapolis, IN, June 23-24 2 days - $1995 - Register

The Visual Basic PIC Microcontroller Training

Chicago, IL, Feb. 2-3 2 days - $1495 - Register
Portland, OR, Sept. 15-16 2 days - $1495 - Register
Albuquerque, NM, Nov. 9-10 2 days - $1495 - Register
San Diego, CA, Oct. 12-14 2 days - $1495 - Register


Allegro, AMS, PSpice, and Capture

Confused about your Cadence Simulator?

If you work for a large corporation and you have been using PSpice / Capture for a while you have undoubtly notice that the name PSpice / Capture isn't used by the Cadence sales reps anymore. The truth is though, that the new Allegro Design Entry that you've been hearing about is actually the same Capture program you've been using for a while. And the AMS 210 simulator you've been hearing about is the same as the PSpice simulator you've been using. Starting last year, Cadence decided that large corporate customers would be serviced by an in-house sales team and that the PSpice / Capture product you were using would be renamed Allegro Design Entry / AMS 210. Other than a change to the splash screen the program is the same as PSpice / Capture.

On the other hand, if you work for a small company, the PSpice / Capture programs you have been using are still available as always. You have to buy them through the VAR EMA (ema-eda.com).

Check out our References

Looking for an experienced training company? No one has provided more PSpice training than RCG Research. We have been providing Spice training since 1988, and PSpice training since 1993. Still in doubt, Check our references.

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