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December 3, 2009
Logic Design Inc. Launches CircuitLogix Pro
New Affordable Circuit Design Software fills price/performance gap in EDA market

TORONTO, CANADA, December 3, 2009 - Logic Design Inc., a leading developer of desktop electronic design automation (EDA) software today announced the release of CircuitLogix Pro. This new version of the popular CircuitLogix software now provides complete schematic design and simulation combining both 2D- and 3D-simulation in a user-friendly operating environment. Along with expanded simulation capability, CircuitLogix Pro features a larger device library, easier SPICE model import, and no limit on the number of pins for an individual device.

CircuitLogix Pro provides high-quality schematic capture and accurate SPICE-based analog, digital, and mixed-signal simulation in one complete program. Schematic features include a pre-built symbol editor for custom device symbol creation, automatic wire routing, printout borders and enhanced pin annotation. CircuitLogix Pro's advanced simulation features include 9 different analyses, an array of virtual instruments for testing and probing, and a comprehensive 10,000 device library. Completely expandable and scalable, CircuitLogix Pro imports SPICE models directly and supports digital SimCode for creating custom digital XSPICE models.

"CircuitLogix has used SPICE-based analog simulation for many years and it is proven to be a very fast and accurate simulation methodology, said Logic Design's Chief Technology Officer, Kevin Fullerton. With CircuitLogix Pro, technicians, designers, and engineers have access to a powerful EDA tool that provides unprecedented performance for its price. The simulations give real-world results designers can trust. A host of analyses in CircuitLogix Pro allow for the testing and troubleshooting of circuits and, by using the free-floating probe tool, users can instantly see waveforms and measurements on virtual instruments such as an oscilloscope, curve tracer, bode plotter, or multimeter.

About Logic Design Inc.
Founded in 1996, Logic Design Inc. (LDI) is a privately-held corporation headquartered in Redmond, WA. LDI offers a suite of products ranging from simulation software to textbooks to computer-based training, and course management software. In addition to its best-selling simulation products, such as CircuitLogix, RoboLogix and PLCLogix, the company also has a strong focus on educational products to support the use of simulation. These products are used worldwide by thousands of students, educators, professional design engineers, and hobbyists. The company sells its products directly in the US, Australia, and Canada and through a worldwide network of distributors.

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