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Multisim Live supports the latest version of Google Chrome on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android. Mobile devices fully supported are: iPad Air or newer, iPad Mini Retina or newer, Google Nexus 7 and 9 and Microsoft Surface 3.
NI Multisim is an electronic schematic capture and simulation program which is part of a suite of circuit design programs, along with NI Ultiboard. Multisim is one of the few circuit design programs to employ the original Berkeley SPICE based software simulation.
Multisim Live is a web-based electronic schematic capture and simulation tool with built-in SPICE based simulation. With Multisim Live, design and simulation will be available anywhere: at school, at work, at a coffee shop, even on mobile devices.
Multisim is a part of Circuit Design Suite, a Windows-based schematic capture and simulation application. Multisim Live is a web-based schematic capture and simulation application that allows users to capture and simulate designs anywhere with an Internet connection.
Multisim and Multisim Live are developed by Digilent, a NI company.
Private circuits are not shown to other users in the Public Circuit pages. Users cannot see your Private circuits in your profile view. You will not be able to share your private circuits with others.
A handful of National Instruments employees have the ability to access your Private circuits if absolutely necessary in order to provide a quality experience with Multisim Live. If you would like to keep your circuits completely off the cloud, consider downloading your design to disk. Circuits that haven’t been saved will never be uploaded to the cloud and are never viewable by others.