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| Altair 8800 Simulator 3.9-0
Altair 8800 Simulator 3.9-0 The Altair 8800 simulator is part of the SIMH family of simulators currently at version 3.9-0. Unlike a real Altair 8800 it features several enhancements: Choice of processor (8080 CPU, Z80 CPU or 8086 CPU) Optional banked memory (16 banks with 64 Kbyte) MMU supporting ROM and memory mapped I/O Optional hard drive support for additional storage capacity Networking support via TCP/IP for client/server systems Support for multiple consoles Timer and keyboard generated interrupts Various devices for Northstar, Vector Graphic and CompuPro Ability to set the clock speed for "real-time" simulation (useful for games) What is new in this release Updated to SIMH 3.9-0 Additional debug flags for SIO, PTR and PTP Number of disks increased to 16 The HDSK device also supports .IMD disks. This works best with the included CP/M 3 distribution. Correct cycle count when 8080 CPU is chosen Quick Start for Running CP/M (see included documentation) Start the simulator and type the command "do cpm2" at the sim> command prompt and CP/M is booted.
|83||Jan 19, 2017
| Keyboard and Mouse Simulator v1.2
Keyboard and Mouse Simulator v1.2 Keyboard and Mouse Simulator is a special tool to simulate all possible keyboard and mouse actions, which can be done by a real user. To get started, you have to create a special list of actions and commands of what to simulate, or record a sequence of keyboard and mouse actions, both of which will later be simulated step by step.
|548||Jun 22, 2017
| Quite Universal Circuit Simulator 0.0.19
Quite Universal Circuit Simulator 0.0.19 Qucs is a circuit simulator with graphical user interface. The software aims to support all kinds of circuit simulation types, e.g. DC, AC, S-parameter, Transient, Noise and Harmonic Balance analysis. Pure digital simulations are also supported. Features schematic capture analog and digital simulations data visualization What's Qucs? Qucs stands for Quite Universal Circuit Simulator. So far Qucs is not yet finished, but it is already packed with features. Take a look at the screenshots to get a feel for what it can do. Qucs is an integrated circuit simulator which means you are able to setup a circuit with a graphical user interface (GUI) and simulate the large-signal, small-signal and noise behaviour of the circuit. After that simulation has finished you can view the simulation results on a presentation page or window. Qucs, briefly for Quite Universal Circuit Simulator, is a circuit simulator with graphical user interface (GUI). The GUI is based on Qt® by Digia®. The software aims to support all kinds of circuit simulation types, e.g. DC, AC, S-parameter, Harmonic Balance analysis, noise analysis, etc. Qucsator, the simulation backend, is a command line circuit simulator. It takes a network list in a certain format as input and outputs a Qucs dataset. It has been programmed for usage in the Qucs project but may also be used by other applications. The Qucs GUI is well advanced and allows setting up schematics and presenting simulation results in various types of diagrams. DC, AC, S-parameter, noise and transient analysis is possible, mathematical equations and use of a subcircuit hierarchy (with parameterised subcircuits) are available. Qucs can also import existing SPICE models for use in your simulations. While Qucs is well developed, we still strive to improve the ...
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