Computer Logic Simulator
The free Logic Simulator software simulates both combinational and sequential digital logic circuits. Logic circuits can be very simple, such as and-or logic, or can consist of hundreds of parts. Both basic parts, such as logic gates and flip-flops, and MSI (Medium Scale Integration) functions are supported.
The Computer Logic Simulator uses the same simulator as the Logic Design Draw & Logic Design Auto tools, and will support all digital logic types: Combinational - Sequential - Synchronous - Asynchronous
See Logic Simulator Help for detailed documentation.
The Input Window describes the circuit to be simulated and its input/output signals. Data can be edited, cut and pasted, or loaded from a file.
Most input/output features of the Logic Simulator are identical to Logic Design Auto. In addition to the logic gates and flip-flops available in Logic Design Auto, the Logic Simulator supports a number of 54/74LS series MSI functions. Additional MSI parts can be user-defined using the LDD Macro Block mode.
For detailed part descriptions, refer to Logic Parts Data
Output Window Options
Input Signals - View input states/waveforms
Boolean Eqn - Boolean equation of the logic circuit
Netlist - Parts and Netlist of the logic circuit
Logic Circuit - Gate & flip-flop schematic drawing
01x Logic 0, 1, x
_=x underscore (Logic 0), equal (Logic 1), x (Logic x)
Graphic Graphical plot of 0, 1, x states including glitches/spikes