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10 simulation apps for your circuit design

10 Jun 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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Fans of Arduino or even beginners looking to work with the popular dev board should take a look at Autodesk's 123D, which isn't just a simulation platform but a learning tool as well. The kicker? It's all free! So what do you get for nothing? A browser-based software suite that allows users to virtually create their own circuit designs using a simulated Arduino board as well as an accompanying breadboard. There's also options that allow for integrating LEDs and other electronics into your virtual project and each design can be simulated to see if they function correctly before continuing. What's more, beginners and experts alike can program their creations using simple easy to use tutorials from the sites collaborators (yep, it's open-source everything there). Those who prefer to keep their projects to themselves or to a select few will have to pay a monthly fee ranging from $12 to $25 per month.


Autodesk's 123D allows users to simulate applications with a virtual Arduino and breadboard. (Source: Autodesk)

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