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i want to simulait a curiut of (8086) and some other anloge parts like bjts resistores cap. using orcad problem is i can not find where to write the program of the(8086) chip after selcting it from the library
I doubt whether these softwares can simulate microcontrollers/microprocessors. These are very complex deices as compared to simple digital/analog circuits and also require assembly program to work as per your requirement. There are spearate software simulators available for almost all existing uC/uP which you can use for your purpose.
i dont know that, but i remember it says the program can do that.
the poiblem with simulating programs, is that you can simulate either digiatal or analog ciruits.
orcad has a mixed simulation , but i dont see it working very well
look, since you have more experience than me using orcad, i need a little help.
i got 9.1 and i dont know how to simulate a circuit. i create the files and all it needs, but it doesnt seem to find them. so please help be a bit with some tips
what i mean is that in the simulation i get an err msg like "there are no devices in the circuit"
what do i do?
the thing is that i cant create a net, i mean i create it but it is empty.
it should contain information on the pins and all that, but it onli containd one line with begin, another one, and then a line with end.
cant seem to find the problem.
If you want easy to use simulation software then try free student version of Circuit Maker from www.circuitmaker.com . There are no big settings to be done in it. Everyting is straight forward and comes with quite many examples. I am sure you will like it.
Well, thats because Orcad doesn't know what package/device to use from several options available in the library and thats because you have not specified them. One you select appropriate package and devices, the problem will be solved.