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Analysis Background

This section provides the basic theoretical information required for using the software. It explains what each type of analysis does, the underlying assumptions, the required input, and the expected output. It also gives a brief description of how to perform each type of analysis. The following topics are discussed:

Disclaimer: Do not base your design decisions solely on the results from the software. Use this information in conjunction with experimental data and practical experience. Field testing is mandatory to validate your final design. This software helps you reduce your time-to-market by reducing but not eliminating field tests.



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