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Simcir Full Crack can be considered as a replacement for Univiewer. This tool produces a set of flowcharts. Each box in the diagram represents a logic circuit. The logic function of the box can be specified by the user. Each input signal to a box or part can be specified. The input box will be selected automatically if the box is the first in the list of input boxes in the diagram. It is possible to define in a box a list of input signals.
Simcir has a lot of extra tools, such as it can connect up to 10 gates at one time, can simulate j-clk and reset signals, can simulate on a PC, can simulate differential circuits, AND/OR/INVERTER/NAND/NOR gates, can switch on or off AC signals on/off output ports, can simulate in a range of values (analog/digital/binary), can simulate waveforms for the clock, can repeat, reset, or simulate a given circuit, can show signals, shapes, and waveforms, can record the simulation result as a different netlist to upload to a foundry, can simulate timing, can simulate ESD, can generate 4 layer layouts,…
Top Features:
– Automatic selection of the input box
– Automatic selection of a device in the toolbox
– Direct connection between 2 devices in 2 different nodes
– Simulate input signals can simulate AC
– Simulate outputs on or off the node
– Simulate j-clk and reset signals
– Simulate on a PC (Debug mode)
– Simulate in a range of values (analog/digital/binary)
– Can simulate in a range of values (analog/digital/binary)
– Block and simulate a clock with given frequency
– Block and simulate a reset
– Block a given waveform
– Repeat and simulate a clock with given frequency
– Repeat and simulate a reset
– Simulation of the case
– Simulation of ESD
– Simulation of timing
– Simulation of output on the port
– Simulation of differential circuits
– Simulation of waveforms
– Layout symbols can be display and select
– Layout symbols can be display and select
– Generate 4 layer layouts
– Block and simulate the clock with a given frequency
– Block and simulate the reset
– Simulate on PC using stack view
– Analyse circuits in simulation
– Selection of

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Simcir is the simulator for logic circuits. It has several input nodes, which are able to run simulation in one or several modes (sequential, combinational, synchronous and asynchronous).
Simcir contains two kinds of device: “not” and “if”. In this application all gates has at least one input or output.
The simulation can be done in different step and one can move back and forth between step. “Simcir State Manager” allows to control the simulation in different step and to resume the simulation.
You can change the simulation direction (forward/backward) by clicking the device to be checked with mouse.
You can add and copy new device to the toolbox by clicking “Add or Copy” button (upper right corner of the screen) and add new node to the toolbox by clicking “Add” button (lower right corner of the screen).
You can choose the simulation tool by clicking toolbox. Just one click and you can check the simulation in workbench, workbench window, logic editor, initial state, state manager and multi-window mode.
You can scroll the simulation graph with the scroll button in the side (bottom).
You can see the status bar in the bottom of the screen.
You can click “New simulation from the current step” button to start the simulation from the previous step. You can click “Open/Save simulation from previous step” button to choose the previous step from the simulation history. You can click “New simulation from initial state” button to simulate the circuits in initial state. You can click “Open simulation from the internal state” button to save simulation from the current state. The simulation can be paused at any time.
You can copy the device by clicking “copy” button.
You can add a device to the device list by clicking “add” button.
You can remove a device by clicking “remove” button.
You can copy device at the cell level by clicking “copy at cell level” button.
You can remove copy by clicking “remove copy at cell level” button.
You can add label to a device by clicking “add label” button. You can remove label by clicking “remove label” button.
You can edit a label by double clicking label.
In addition to the simulator, Simcir contains several tools

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Simcir has a GUI based simulator with nice simulation speed. It runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms. It provides a variety of different user friendly features.

Simcir Unit Test:
Simcir has a comprehensive testing framework. Test generation is done automatically from the test definition files, whereas test specification can be done manually.

Simcir MCUs:
Simcir supports many MCUs including Atmel, Atmega328, Atmega8, AVR, Basic Stamp, Microchip, Microchip PIC, MSP430, LPC, QS,
ST, STM32F4 and many more.

Simcir Models:
Simcir provides a flexible model framework. It supports the simple FPGA-like model, detailed VHDL, Verilog and SystemVerilog models and even a graphical editor for these models. With the graphical editor you can modify the model and see the changes in the simulator window immediately.

Simcir Parameterised Devices:
Simcir supports parameterised devices such as basic elements (LUT, FF, D-flip-flop, etc.) or parameterised elements (Sequencer, UART, JTAG, RT, etc.).

Simcir Analysers:
Simcir provides the most commonly used analysers:


Simcir Agenda:
Simcir Agenda is a planner/converter tool that can help you to analyse your project on the way, convert simulations to VHDL or Verilog or generate initial designs.

Simcir Architecture:
Simcir Architecture is a tool that helps to design and evaluate RF / MCU / ASIP (Automatic Specific Interrupt Programming) / DSP-s/C / HDL code. It can also export topologies in any of the supported formats, simulate topologies or hook up to them with Simcir Designer.

Simcir DSP:
Simcir DSP is a digital signal processing (DSP) simulator with an IDE which can be used for both Verilog and HDL. It is based on the EASY DSP simulator and is licensed under the GNU GPL.

Simcir Designer:
Simcir Designer is a powerful visual simulator which is designed for Verilog and HDL users and provides numerous features. With it you can convert circuit topologies to different formats (RT

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7
Windows 7 Processor: 1.3 GHz Dual Core
1.3 GHz Dual Core Memory: 1 GB
1 GB Graphics: DirectX 9.0 or higher compatible graphics card
DirectX 9.0 or higher compatible graphics card Hard Disk Space: 2 GB
Windows 7 Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core
2.0 GHz Dual Core Memory: 3 GB
3 GB Graphics: DirectX 10.0 or higher compatible