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(2011) Winbreadboard 4.1


(2011) Winbreadboard 4.1




Winbreadboard is a software that lets you create and test digital logic circuits on a virtual breadboard. It is designed to be realistic and versatile, allowing you to simulate various components such as switches, LEDs, logic gates, flip-flops, counters, registers, multiplexers, decoders, and more. You can also connect your circuits to external devices such as keyboards, mice, speakers, and printers using the parallel port interface.


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Winbreadboard was developed by Jim and the Ants, a group of students from the University of Waterloo, Canada. They created the software as a final project for their course ECE 223: Digital Circuits and Systems in 2011. They wanted to make a tool that would help them and other students learn and teach digital logic in a fun and interactive way.


Winbreadboard has many features that make it a powerful and user-friendly software for digital logic enthusiasts. Some of these features are:



  • You can create circuits using drag-and-drop or keyboard shortcuts. You can also copy, paste, rotate, flip, and zoom in or out of your circuits.



  • You can test your circuits in real-time or step-by-step mode. You can also use probes to measure voltages and currents at any point in your circuit.



  • You can save and load your circuits as files or images. You can also export your circuits as VHDL code or Verilog code for further analysis or synthesis.



  • You can use the built-in logic analyzer to view and analyze the signals in your circuit. You can also use the built-in oscilloscope to view and measure the waveforms in your circuit.



  • You can use the built-in calculator to perform arithmetic and logic operations on binary, decimal, hexadecimal, or octal numbers. You can also use the built-in truth table generator to create truth tables for any Boolean expression.



  • You can access the online help system that provides tutorials, examples, tips, and references for using Winbreadboard.




Winbreadboard is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10. It requires a minimum of 256 MB of RAM and 50 MB of disk space. You can download Winbreadboard for free from its official website. You can also watch a video demonstration of Winbreadboard on YouTube.


Winbreadboard is a great software for learning and teaching digital logic. It is easy to use, realistic, versatile, and fun. Whether you are a student, a teacher, a hobbyist, or a professional, you will find Winbreadboard useful and enjoyable.


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