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Michael
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Mon Sep 01, 2003 11:07 am   



Hi there!

If I e.g. place a RAM component into MultiSim, will it simulate
it? I.e. can I (using switches and hex displays) write on the
RAM and then read back? Is the IC really simulated, or it's just
a graphic symbol?

If so, is there any other program that will do it?

Thanks!
--
Mike

Michael
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Tue Sep 02, 2003 5:54 am   



Hi Kevin Aylward (kevin_at_anasoft.co.uk), you wrote:

Quote:
If I e.g. place a RAM component into MultiSim, will it simulate
it? I.e. can I (using switches and hex displays) write on the
RAM and then read back? Is the IC really simulated, or it's just
a graphic symbol?

If so, is there any other program that will do it?

In principle yes. This depend on if you can figure out how to drive
multisim.

[snip]

Thanks for your reply. I managed to enter data into the simulated
RAM via switches, and read it back correctly using hex displays.

But, ain't it possible to directly load a binary file into the
simulated RAM (or EPROM) to initialize its values?

I'd like to design a very simple CPU, and having to load the program
each time via switches is, to say the very least, tedious.

Thanks!
--
Mike

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