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Simulator for Arduino v0.98

Saturday, December 22nd, 2012

Simulator for Arduino is a software tool currently being developed. The development team views this product as beneficial in teaching, debugging, software testing prior to acquisition of hardware and easier development of complicated sketches. For additional info and downloads visit the Simulator for Arduino site. They also have a product...

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Posted in Arduino, software | 8 Comments »

SimulAVR

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

SimulAVR is an open source simulator for AVR 8-bit Attiny and ATmega microcontrollers. SimulAVR can be used either standalone or as a remote target for avr-gdb. When used in gdbserver mode, the simulator is used as a back-end so that avr-gdb can be used as a source level debugger for...

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Posted in AVR, code, open source | 2 Comments »

Dangerous DSO part 4: Over simulated

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Yesterday we covered the Dangerous DSO analog front end. This circuit divides our +/-10volt input to +/-0.5volts, and re-centers it between the 2volt and 3volt range the ADC can measure. Today we'll simulate the circuit to get a better feel for how it works. Dangerous DSO is a new logic...

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Posted in FPGA, logic analyzer, oscilloscope, Prototypes | 7 Comments »

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