Circuits Cloud - Online Circuit Simulator

Discussion in 'Electronics Resources' started by mr.matrix, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. mr.matrix

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    Dear All,

    I am developing free online circuit simulator http://circuits-cloud.com [Digital] & [Analog]. Kindly check my project and give me your suggestions.

    The active editor now is for digital simulation only.

    here is samples of the circuits

    4-Bit binary counter :
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    Analog Testing
    [​IMG]

    Shift Register
    [​IMG]

    7-Seg Counter
    [​IMG]


    Waiting for your support and comments
     
  2. mitko89

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    I think I tried it once before, I wanted to test a resonance bandstop filter. It wasn't bad, but let me ask you what is your target group?
     
  3. djsfantasi

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    I tried it too, but the available flip flops stopped me. I was trying to simulate a circuit using 4013s, but your components lacked the preset and clear inputs.
     
  4. crutschow

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    There are many simulators already available that have literally man-years of effort in their design. What's the purpose of developing another? :confused:
     
  5. MrChips

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    Trying to sneak one in there too while you can?
     
  6. mr.matrix

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    Thank you, Students, Universities, Schools .. etc

    We are working on adding more components.

    There are few online simulators and most of them are paid services. Our simulator is online HTML5 and you can use it without installation and cross platform. also for analog simulation we are not reinventing the wheel. simply we use ngspice cli simulator to produce the outputs and then we display the graphs and the interactive simulation.


    I did not get your point!
     
  7. mitko89

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    Students all over the world have access to education licenses for the big commercial products, which are far more powerful than your product. It looks fancy and it's interesting, but I don't believe it's practicle. I think you could work around some pretty rich design library of good and popular schematics and just provide demos of their operation. That way you could at least draw some attention as an educational application.
    Generally youur target group shall be the least experienced students and starting hobbyists.
     
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