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Looking for free program to do digital circuits

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Chaos Master, Jun 18, 2004.

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  1. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Hello people.

    I am looking for a free digital circuit simulator that _must_ support
    interactive simulation (e.g. you can click on a switch).
    It's for some newbies to electronics.

    Any suggestions?

  2. Have you tried CircuitMaker Student version?
  3. Lurker

    Lurker Guest

    Downloaded this ages ago - haven't got round to using it get.

    From the help file:-

    SimLogic allows you to build and simulate digital logic schemes on the
    screen using connectors, logic gates, pushbuttons and light.
    SimLogic is intended for introduction to the world of digital logic.

    SimLogic is the first in a whole new series of educational simulation
    programs to be released in the first quarter of 2000.

    All these programs will be based on new Delphi simulation components written
    by Jan Verhoeven.

    SimLogic is not a replacement for a teacher or a good topic book on digital

    This program is just their to enable you to experiment with what you learned
    in the classroom or from reading an introductory book."



  4. Chaos Master

    Chaos Master Guest

    Terry Pinnell () said those last words:
    I know, but it is "crippled" to 50 components.
    This is not exactly freeware.

    I've found one called Deeds, but have not tried it yet. (I don't have the link
    right now... :/)

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