From where can I get a free 8085/86 simulator

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by devanandiamin7, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. devanandiamin7

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    From where can I get a free 8085/86 simulator .Please any one help if such a facility is available.
     
  2. beenthere

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    Doesn't everybody know about Google by now? The very first hit (out of 94,400) was this link - http://3d2f.com/tags/8086/simulator/. If that one is not satisfactory, there are several right after it.
     
  3. Papabravo

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    You are really asking for two different things since the 8085 and the 8086 are radically different parts. Both of them are by now incredibly obsolete and you should start thinking about using more modern parts.
     
  4. atferrari

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    Heard of Ebay? Perhaps there.
     
  5. Dave

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    Probably not for free though ;)

    Agreed, but they are commonly used for training purposes and on University courses. I would suspect this is the reason for there usage in this instance.

    I concur with beenthere though, Google is your friend.

    Dave
     
  6. Papabravo

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    There is a possible ambiguity in the original question. Is the OP asking for a piece of hardware that allows program development debugging for an 8085 or 8086 processor? He might find that on eBay. If he is asking for a piece of software that runs on some target machine and allows program development and simulation, then that should be free somewhere on the web. Tell us devanandiamin7, which of these two things are you seeking?
     
  7. Dave

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    With the OP suggesting they require a 'simulator' I typically associate this with software used for programme development and simulation prior to transfer to hardware, which I would refer to in this context as a development board/kit. From looking at both your and atferrari's posts it is clear that there is some confusion in the OP and some clarification is required.

    Dave
     
  8. dhiviya

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    hi im dhiviya doing my 2nd year in smit.I need a project on 8086 microprocessor .. can u please help me out
     
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