PIC and schematic simulation software?

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by evios, Mar 7, 2009.

  1. evios

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    Nov 9, 2008
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    Hi, is any software out there which has both the function of PIC programming and schematic? I mean i can load the code inside the PIC, then runs simulation? :p
     
  2. thatoneguy

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    Most C Compilers have an IDE that will simulate devices such as LEDs and LCDs. For GNU/Linux, there is a package called piklab. I'm unsure if it is ported to other operating systems or not.

    National Instruments Multisim will do full schematic capture/circuit simulation of linear/analog and digital components, as well as simulate several microcontrollers. Unfortunately, the version that has all those features is around $5k.
     
  3. Ola Di Ladio

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    Mar 8, 2009
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    PIC simulator from Oshonsoft could be of any help.
     
  4. cpleng7

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    proteus vsm also a good software for the simulation and the pic , you can try it. go to buy a proteus software
     
  5. hashoot

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    if u like flowcharts, Flowcode has the ability of Simulation and programming. it gives u LCD,7seg,ADC testing,switch,LEds,serial port,gLCD,some environment for Robot testing and much more. also it gives u the C code of the flowchart u have made and u can use C like tag code in flowcharts. flowcode has PIC , AVR and ARM versions with a good library to learn.

    but i still prefer Proteus for Simulation, it's more powerful.
     
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