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Proteus VSM Software

The most powerful CAD system, allowing virtually simulate work a huge amount of analog and digital devices.
Proteus VSM software package allows you to build a scheme of any electronic device and simulate its performance, identifying mistakes made at the design stage and tracing. The program consists of two modules. ISIS - Editor of electronic circuits, followed by imitation of their work. ARES - editor PCB autorouter equipped Electra, built-in editor libraries and automatic placement of components on the board. Besides ARES can create a three-dimensional model of the PCB.
Proteus VSM includes more than 6,000 electronic components with all reference data, as well as demonstration projects study. The program has the tools and USBCONN COMPIM, which allow you to connect virtual device to the USB port and the computer COM. When connecting to these ports any external device virtual circuit will work with it as if it existed in reality. Proteus VSM supports the following compilers: CodeVisionAVR and WinAVR (AVR), ICC (AVR, ARM7, Motorola), HiTECH (8051, PIC Microchip) and Keil (8051, ARM). You can export models of electronic components from the program PSpice.

 Despite the fact that the program works with devices consisting of several microcontrollers and even with chips from different manufacturers in a single device, you must clearly understand that the simulation replicates the real work schemes are not exactly! To avoid errors, you need a clear idea of ​​the final result.
Proteus VSM is a commercial product. There is a free demo version. It has all the features and capabilities of pay package, but you can not save or print the result of the work to create your own microcontroller.
English-language program menu. Complete localization system for Proteus VSM not. You must install the program in a folder without Cyrillic characters in the title.

Operating systems, which employ this CAD - is Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7. Note that Proteus VSM functional in Windows 7, but starting with version 7.8.
Distribution of the program: Shareware (fee required), the price - from £ 99
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