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'CAD simulation software for pic to GAL'
1998\11\21@173730 by Spk41q

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Hello,

I'd like to know if there are logical simulation softwares able to handle from
PIC to PAL/GAL. In analog platform we have spice engine softwares : you can
draw a complete circuit an simulate. But in PIC's world I only find a soft
(UMPS) but it just handle a few I/O chips (LCD, I2C...).

Any idea ?

Dan

1998\11\21@185537 by Scott Dattalo

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On Sat, 21 Nov 1998 spam_OUTSpk41qTakeThisOuTspamAOL.COM wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I'd like to know if there are logical simulation softwares able to handle from
> PIC to PAL/GAL. In analog platform we have spice engine softwares : you can
> draw a complete circuit an simulate. But in PIC's world I only find a soft
> (UMPS) but it just handle a few I/O chips (LCD, I2C...).
>
> Any idea ?

If you're up to righting your own, I'll happily patch it into gpsim :).

I know this isn't the answer you were seeking, however I do intend to
provide 'simple' logic simulation (probably boolean equations, and ff's)
in gpsim. Unfortunately, at the rate things are going it probably will not
be present until May of next year.

BTW, the current status is that the 14bit-cores are mostly done (ccp,
tmr0, tmr1, and tmr2 modules are all done, but the UART, SPI, A2D stuff
isn't --- about 6 weeks ago someone asked simulating the mid-ranged UARTs
and I said that it would be ready at the earliest Mid Nov; well, I decided
to postpone the UART development until the 12-bit core is done.)  The
12-bit core is just under way. I haven't even begun to think about the
16-bit core.

gpsim is here:

http://www.interstice.com/~sdattalo/gnupic/gpsim.html

Scott

1998\11\23@093043 by Harrison Cooper

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perhaps the easiest way is to write your code in verilog or VHDL and use
some of the 'demo' versions of the sims

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> Subject:      CAD simulation software for pic to GAL
>
> Hello,
>
> I'd like to know if there are logical simulation softwares able to handle
> from
> PIC to PAL/GAL. In analog platform we have spice engine softwares : you
> can
> draw a complete circuit an simulate. But in PIC's world I only find a soft
> (UMPS) but it just handle a few I/O chips (LCD, I2C...).
>
> Any idea ?
>
> Dan
>

1998\11\23@155136 by steve

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> perhaps the easiest way is to write your code in verilog or VHDL and use
> some of the 'demo' versions of the sims

That's something you don't see very often. The terms "easiest" and
"VHDL" in the same sentence. :-)

Steve.

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