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An MyHDL simulator for AVR chips

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This project is designed to build a simulator for the Arduino Uno processor used in projects in my COSC2325 Computer Architecture and Machine Language class at Austin Community College.

The project is written in Python (tested on py2.7 and py3.5). It uses the MyHDL hardware description library to build a simulation that can be converted to real hardware using an FPGA. The current project targets the Basys3 (Artix 7 FPGA) board produced by Digilent.

For more information on the project, contact the author:

Roie Black
Professor, Computer Science
Austin Community College
Austin, Texas

email: rblack@austincc.edu
web: www.austincc.edu/rblack
GitHub: http://github.com/rblack42/AVRsim

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