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looking for good simulators for 51

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indynetra

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simulators for 51

hav anybody knows the good simulators for 51 ?? i heard proteus and umps can do peripheral simulation too, anybody used it ? and anybody hav anyother tools familiar with ??

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A good one for me is KE*IL C51. try free demo from their website.

when I use standard 51, I simulate with dScope for windows, came with uVision1 (Old version of KE*IL C51 package)
Its best for me.

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I think Keil uv2 has the best simulator at all.

Raisonance has also a powerfull simulator.
The demo can handle up to 4k code Keil has a 2k limit

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Keil is the best, but if you want to simulate the uc with components use proteus.

Regards.
 

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hmmm

Keil is great, i've been using it for a few weeks and fell in love...
before that, i was using a very nice one, called pinacle v5.8 i think

it's very graphic and lets you control alot of the internal memory with check boxes, the down part is, the code needs to be in ASM.

good luck, and drop me a line if you need anything
 

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Re: simulators for 51

You can try free DoCD with 8051/80390 simulator.
h*tp://www.dcd.pl/ashow.php?page=docd

Download it here (DCD site):
h*tp://www.dcd.pl/asoft.php
 

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Re: simulators for 51

pinn@cle 52
 

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Re: simulators for 51

when I code in ASM, I use Pinn@cle, it's really handy. When I code in C I use Keil, and when I want to simulate with other components, I use Proteus.

Good Luck
 

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Re: simulators for 51

how to use the Ke@l Dscope ? :)
 

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Re: simulators for 51

You can use UMPS(Universal Microprocessor Program Simulator) for 80C51
 

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