(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.
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.