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    Need 8086 model to add to Proteus 6.7 library

    Hi all,

    I want to simulate a 8086 circuit with Proteus. but the version of it that I have (6.7) does not have a model for 8086.

    Do you have ( or know ) any model for it to add in my proteus library?

    If there is not any model for it, what can I do for simulate my circuit? Is there any other software to do that?

    Thanks in advance,

    NTFS.

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    proteus 8086

    To date I don't recall seeing any SPICE simulator which can simulate the 8086. Proteus is quite a nice software, considering its size and ability to simulate some of the common microcontrollers and PICs.

    It's ashame the simulation model library is quite limited, and modelling a medium complex IC can be quite a trying experience for new comers.

    Still, I've used it in my work quite a bit to verify some test specifications in order to troubleshoot some of the PCBs I'm repairing. Pretty accurate, I should say.



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