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Simulating a NETMF device in Proteus or other software?


#1

Hi,
I’ve been wondering if anybody had tried simulating a NETMF device in Proteus ( or other software ) ?
I see that Proteus has a library for simulating an ARM7 chip, yet I couldn’t really figure out how to get a NETMF onto that simulated chip…

Any ideas or tutorials?

Thanks! :slight_smile:


#2

I am not sure if I got what you mean. but NETMF already supports emulators that simulated NETMF device on PC. It is already included with NETMF SDK.

What is Proteus by the way?


#3

Proteus is a simulator software like Orcad, it is based in a pack of libraries that describes how some device works.

When you use microcontrollers in Proteus you need to specify the file with the programming code.
After that you can play the simulator and the software runs the code.


#4

Depending on how it works that might be a really good tool for designing ports of NETMF


#5

Is there a link for Proteus?


#6

http://www.labcenter.com


#7

Thank you guys fir the information. It looks like it is a decent tool!


#8

Proteus is brilliant I have the pic package and the 8051 (I don’t use 8051 any more)…They have an ARM7 running a uLINUX it runs and behaves absolutely great…

I would recommend this tool to any one!!! Even if it’s a little pricey.

Cheers Ian