gpsim is a lightweight Windows application designed specifically to work as a simulator for Microchip PIC microcontrollers. This open-source tool offers support for all three families of PICs: 12-, 12- and 15 bit cores.
It works with the following peripherals: EEPROM, WDT, TRMRO, I/O port, TMR1, TMR2, CCP, PWM, A/D, UART and I2C.
User interface
The program can be controlled via a compact GUI and command-line console where you can execute various tasks. Command-line parameters are not difficult to decode as the utility integrates a help manual which can be accessed via the command-console.
The GUI implements several handy viewers, such as register, source file, symbol, watch, pinout/breadboard, stack, scope and oscilloscope. Plus, it helps you pick the simulation mode and time, and alter the fonts used for labels, symbols, constants and comments.
Working with several command-line parameters
gpsim gives you the possibility to use the break command in order to examine or set breakpoints (with support for execution style breaks, register access breaks, complex expression breaks, attribute breaks, and other special breaks).
What’s more, you are allowed to remove a break point, dissemble the current CPU, attach stimuli to nodes, display either RAM or EEPROM, set the clock frequency, display source and list files, load either a program or command file, as well as log/record events to a file.
The tool lets you reveal the names of the currently defined macros, enable ICD mode and provide the serial port where the ICD is, set the GPSIM_MODULE_PATH environment variable to the target folder of the library module, add or reveal stimulus nodes, and select and display processors.
Last but not least, you are allowed to resell all or some parts of the simulation, initiate the simulation process, check and control gpsim behavior flags, execute one or more instructions, create a stimulus, add or reveal symbols, and dump the trace history.
A reliable and efficient system simulator for Microchip PIC microcontrollers
In conclusion, gpsim comes with a multitude of dedicated parameters for creating stimuli and tying them to the I/O pins, and test PICs. Its advanced feature pack makes it suitable for power users.

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12-Bit PIC PORTABILITY

– I2C, SPI, UART and CAN ports

– PWM, TMR, PORT, TRMRO, TMR2, TMR1, EEPROM, WDT

– Address bus, I/O bus, GPIO ports

– ICD/JTAG, XCK, BCLK, OSCO and OC2

15-Bit PIC PORTABILITY

– I2C, SPI, UART and CAN ports

– PWM, TMR, PORT, TRMRO, TMR2, TMR1, EEPROM, WDT

– Address bus, I/O bus, GPIO ports

– ICD/JTAG, XCK, BCLK, OSCO and OC2

Note:

In order to run this simulation on Windows 10, you need to install Visual C++ for Windows 10.

To support the development process, gpsim is released under the terms of the GNU Public License version 2.0.

You may contact gpsim developers through the file www.gpsim.org.

gpsim 2.2.3 is NOT compatible with Windows Vista (32-bit) or Windows 7 (32-bit). However, gpsim 2.2.3 should work with Windows 7 (64-bit).

gpsim 2.2.3 can run on Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

To run gpsim on a virtual machine (VMWare or Virtualbox) on a Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 installation, you need to install Visual C++ for Windows 7 or Windows 8 SDK. To run gpsim on a virtual machine (VMWare or Virtualbox) on a Windows 8 installation, you need to install Visual Studio 2013 Express.

Known issues:

The PORT_STRENGTH object is not compatible with the 8-bit families. The emulation of the PORT_STRENGTH object should work, but the pinout displayed is not correct.

BSP ARM32 – Debugger does not support arm32b.

Modified versions are available:

* You can select either a command-line interface or a graphical user interface for gpsim.
* You can also use the.apk file generated by the online compiler to

Gpsim For Windows

-define a macro
-activate a breakpoint on the line
-disassemble the current cpu
-load a program or command file
-display register, source, and symbol files
-set the breakpoint
-display the menu
-change the font used in the interface
-disable the breakpoint
-remove the breakpoint
-re-enter the breakpoint
-assign a symbol
-remove the symbol
-enter breakpoint with clock frequency
-enable ICD mode
-reveal the ICD
-define the serial port where the ICD is connected
-enable ICD mode
-enable debugging
-enter the simulation
-enable RAM
-enable eeprom
-set the clock frequency
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-set the time
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Performs reliable simulations of Microchip PIC12/PIC15/PIC12F/PIC18, Microchip PIC24, Microchip PIC32 and Microchip DS414 microcontrollers.
Allows to work with a wide range of peripherals, including the ATtiny16, 32, 48, 84, 168 and 328 microcontrollers, the Atmel ATSAM3S8, ATSAM4, ATSAM3L8, ATSAM4L, ATSAM4H, ATSAM4I, ATSAM4L32, ATSAM4H32, ATXM16C and ATXM32C microcontrollers, the AVRTiny, Microchip MCS51, MCS51H, MCS51L, MCS51H1, MCS51H1L, MCS51L32, MCS51L64, MCS51H2, MCS51L32H2 and MCS51L64H2 microcontrollers, the Freescale Kinetis series and Kinetis series MCUs and a number of ISRAM devices, as well as the SYSMON and ZYNQ series QPXA and QPXA_31FP80 microcontrollers, the TI MSP430, MSPR430 and MSPR430FR1311 microcontrollers, the TI MSP432 and MSP432FR1311 microcontrollers, the ST STM32 series, the ST STM8 and STM8MP family microcontrollers, the Atmel AT90USBxxx and AT90USB1286 microcontrollers, the Atmel AT91SAMxxx, AT91SAMLxx, AT91SAMGxx, AT91SAMJxx and AT91SAMLxx microcontrollers, and the TI OMAPxxx and OMAP3xx series microcontrollers.
The solution implements an extensive set of commands for debugging and working with Microchip PIC microcontrollers, including control-break, control-flow, execution-break, ICD, log/replay, list-files, monitor, run, serial-receiver, trace, tracing, watch, stimulus and watch-access.
The package can simulate the ATtiny16, 32, 48, 84, 168 and 328 microcontrollers as well as the Atmel ATSAM3S8, ATSAM4, ATSAM3L8, ATSAM

What’s New In Gpsim?

Microchip PIC microcontroller simulator designed to be used by system designers. It is specifically designed to work with MCU3100 series Microchip PIC microcontrollers. It simulates the 3100 family.
It is designed to be used by users of MCUs that need to perform detailed simulation of their hardware and software.
gpsim has the following capabilities:
* Simulate the execution of real application or user program for MCU3100 series PIC microcontrollers.
* Access to all functionalities of MCU3100 family.
* Connect the peripherals to the MCU3100 family.
* Simulate the communication with PIC timer interrupts.
* Work in the programmable simulator mode or in the hardware simulator mode.
* Simulate interrupts generated by the chip.
* Simulate power failure.
* Simulate MCU3100 family changes.
* Simulate the operation of EEPROM, SPI, Flash, UART, I2C, I2S, TIMER, LED, OLED and LCD.
* Integrate user software.
* Integrate watchpoints.
* Integrate the ability to display signals on the screen and/or in the oscilloscope.
* Use built-in waveforms.
* Check with the debugger if it has been properly set.
* Check the current instruction.
* Simulate clock change.
* Load either a file or the program.
* Select a processor.
* Simulate flash writing.
* Check ICD (In Circuit Debugger) support.
* Check the value of EBI (EEPROM-Bit-I/O) in the peripherals.
* Run instructions.
* Display the registers.
* Display the parameters.
* Display the memory.
* Disassemble the currently running program.
* Run the program (in the executable mode).
* Display the execution trace.
* Save/load the settings.
* Save/load the program.
* Select the size of the bus.
* Select the compiler.
* Select the device.
* Display the clock prescalers.
* Set the clock frequency.
* Control the breakpoints.
* Display the module path of the PIC compiler.
* Display the mcu3100.h file.
* Set the time and the format for displaying the date and time.
* Display the page of symbols.
* Display the breakpoints.
* Link the I/O pins to the programmable model.
* View the interrupts and exceptions for the MCU3100 family.
* Connect the PIC and its peripherals.
* Load a program.
* Simulate a power failure.
* Disable all interrupts.
* Detect the flash of the MCU3100 family.
* Detect the EEPROM write of the MCU3

System Requirements For Gpsim:

OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
CPU: 2.8 GHz Dual Core or AMD Athlon II P3
Memory: 2 GB RAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon HD 2600 (AMD Radeon X1800 can be used as well)
Sound Card: 32-bit ALSA 1.0 compatible card
Hard Disk: at least 50 GB free disk space
Gamepad: Microsoft

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