EdSim51 - 8051 Simulator
The student can learn how to scan a keypad, multiplex 7-segment displays, control a motor and count its revolutions, etc.
A Note from the Developer - Jjames Rogers - ."While lecturing in electronics at IT Sligo, I searched the Internet for an 8051 simulator suitable for teaching but to no avail. I therefore decided to develop my own simulator for the basic 8051 with virtual peripherals attached to the four ports."
"After about a year's working on the project, on and off, the result was the EdSim51 simulator. I then put together a set of notes that are now the Beginner's Guide to the 8051on this website."
The Virtual Peripherals:
- Analogue-to-Digital Converter (ADC)
- Comparator, UART
- 4 Multiplexed 7-segment Displays
- 4 X 3 Keypad and 8 LEDs
- DC Motor and 8 Switches
- Digital-to-Analogue Converter (DAC) - displayed on oscilloscope