How to use SimSurfing

How to access

  • From the SimSurfing TOP page

    Click “Use SimSurfing” at the bottom of the page to open the Chip One Stop dedicated SimSurfing TOP page.
    On this screen, select the product or tool you want to find.

  • From the Product Detail Page

    On the Product Details Page, click Design / Simulation Data.
    A pop-up will appear where you can select your language.

    * Some products are not supported in SimSurfing.

Method of Operation

After selecting your product and specification of interest, you can select the product number by comparing other product characteristics from a list. You can also compare and select by characteristic curve.
For example, you can check parts with the highest impedance in your targeted design frequency, check for parts with stable impedance in the target frequency range, and select parts that exceed the comparison based on the specs.
When you find the product you want, click the product number and press the “Buy” button at the bottom to jump to the detailed information page and purchase it as it is through Chip One Stop.

Useful SimSurfing Content

This video will show you how to easily use SimSurfing.

What is SimSurfing?

  • Introducing the features and fundamentals of SimSurfing.

Characteristics Viewer

  • MLCC (Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor) Basics 1
    <Product number search>

    In this video, we will introduce the startup procedure and product number search.

  • MLCC (Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor) Basics 2
    <Graph settings>

    This video explains typical graph drawing functions and precautions for use.

  • MLCC (Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor) Basics 3

    This video describes the data that can be downloaded.

Selection Tool

  • DC-DC Converter Design Support Tool

    This section describes the procedures for selecting the optimum power inductor for operating conditions of the DC-DC converter using the DC-DC converter design support tool.

  • Noise Filter Design Support Tool

    This section describes the procedure for automatically generating a noise filter that matches the circuit conditions and the frequency range in which you want to reduce noise, as well as arranging the generated filter using the noise filter design support tool.