Make/Modify a Component in Proteus (2D Graphics)

john January 28, 2018 No Comments
Make/Modify a Component in Proteus (2D Graphics) In this article, a user-friendly feature in the Proteus software is presented, which is the Make Device. For this purpose, 2D Graphics mode of the software is used. In this article, existing components are selected and their schematic view is modified. By using the 2D graphics mode, one can design various blocks that are useful for presenting their prototypes. By using this mode, the colour, shape, size and text related to the...
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Circuit Diagram - Interfacing GSM Module Using Proteus

Interfacing GSM Module Using Proteus

john September 10, 2017 No Comments
Interfacing GSM Module Using Proteus The Proteus simulation software can be used to interface real-time modules like the GSM Module. By using this simulation feature the designer can develop the systems within the software and test all the features of the system that is under design without using any hardware components. The system can be standardized by comparing the performance of various components, like, for example a suitable microcontroller. This article explains how to connect a GSM Module to...
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Circuit Diagram - UART between Microcontrollers Using Proteus

UART Between Microcontrollers Using Proteus

john September 8, 2017 No Comments
UART Between Microcontrollers Using Proteus UART stands for Universal Asynchronous Reception and Transmission of data serially between two terminals. This mode of communication has the advantage of data transmission using lesser number of I/O Pins. For longer transmission distances this is essential as it involves less number of transmission wires. In this article, we shall see how two microcontrollers communicate with each other using their UART peripheral. UART Bridge Between Two Microcontrollers We shall discuss this through a simulation...
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Matrix Keypad Interfacing Using Proteus

john September 28, 2017 1 Comment
In this article let’s discuss designing of matrix keypads and the programming part to get the information regarding the pressed key. The Matrix keypads are used in systems/control panels where Human Machine Interface (HMI) is required in order to change the operating parameters of a system/machine. The Computer keyboard is also a matrix keypad. The name itself infers that it has some keys arranged in rows and columns. Here arrangement of keys doesn’t mean the layout of the keys...
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Building A Real Time Clock using Dot Matrix Display on Proteus

jojo September 28, 2017 No Comments
Designing a Real Time Clock using Dot Matrix Display on Proteus Objective -Display Time on an 8X32 Dot matrix Display In this article, a Real Time Clock RTC DS 1307 is interfaced with a microcontroller and the time is displayed on a Dot matrix display. The circuit is simulated using the Proteus software. We shall discuss the project in two parts, one is interfacing the Dot matrix display and the other is interfacing the RTC DS 1307. Any RTC...
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Virtual COM Ports in Proteus – Learn to Interface UART Modules

jojo September 28, 2017 3 Comments
In this chapter, let’s learn how to use the Virtual COM Ports in Proteus software. Virtual ports offer an option to connect the external hardware to the simulation software. The designer can interface any of the UART based modules through the virtual ports in Proteus software. Nowadays, various sensor modules like GSM, GPS, RTC (real time clock)  communicate through the UART Communication Protocol. Such modules can be interfaced with the virtual ports in Proteus. Also, these modules can communicate with the microcontrollers inside...
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Internal Block diagram of 555-Timer

555 Timer Circuits in Proteus

jojo June 14, 2017 1 Comment
555-Timer is one of the most popular and mostly used ICs. It best suits for timing/timekeeping related circuits. It consists of two operational amplifiers operated in an open loop or comparator mode, RS Latch with additional Reset input, a discharge transistor, an inverting buffer and an amplifier in the output stage. It has a voltage divider circuit with three 5K Ohm resistors in series. 556 is a dual timer IC. The internal block diagram of 555 is as follows....
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Op Amp circuits in Proteus

jojo September 28, 2017 1 Comment
In this chapter, we deal with Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps) in Proteus. The previous chapter was about Transistor Circuits in Proteus. So let’s begin to learn about Operational Amplifiers in Proteus. Op-Amp Circuits in Proteus               Operational amplifiers have a lot of application in analog circuits. In the open loop operation it works as a comparator and gives discrete outputs i.e, +Vsat & -Vsat, whereas in a closed loop operation it works as an amplifier...
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Transistor Circuits in Proteus

jojo September 28, 2017 No Comments
Proteus software contains a large number of almost all types of transistors. This software can be used as a Transistor selector in circuits designing. This chapter on Proteus explains the basic circuits using transistors and analyzing those circuits with the tools available in the software. Different types of transistors like BJT, FET, MOSFET and some power electronic semiconductor switches like SCR, TRIAC, IGBT etc. are available in Proteus. Mostly BJTs are used for low power and amplifier applications, while...
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Digital Integrated Circuits in Proteus

jojo May 7, 2017 No Comments
Proteus software has a big and vast collection of Digital IC library. This software can be used as an IC selector in digital circuits designing. Circuit designers don’t need to waste time searching the availability of various IC’s for the application. This library provides information of the IC’s along with their commercial nomenclatures and manufacturer details. Components can be easily searched within the library using keywords like AND Gate, OR Gate, flip flops, decoders, counters etc. The description part provides...
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