Using SDCC

January 21st, 2007 liewsheng

If you are trying to build your own microcontroller system, then SDCC is suitable for you. You can adopt SDCC with no cost (license under GPL) and it supports under both Windows and Linux platform. SDCC able to compile C code for difference microcontroller, such as MCS-51, Z80, Motorola 68HC08 based MCUs and even Microchip’s […]

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Plotting SPICE Data

December 2nd, 2006 liewsheng

Last post, I only intro how we can save the data and plot in text files. Actually we can plot the SPICE data in graphical mode, but you will need ‘gwave’ and a SPICE raw file. So go and get gwave: sudo apt-get install gwave ‘gwave’ is a nice waveform viewer, it capable to read […]

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SPICE in Linux

November 26th, 2006 liewsheng

Woh….spice girls har, where where?? Haha…is in Linux machine. SPICE is stand for ‘Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis’ and was inspired by the application to IC design, which made computer simulation mandatory. To run a simulation in Linux, you will need a ng-spice and you can freely download from here. After finish download, you […]

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