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This is an on-line text book with self-marking homework, revision and test questions for Electronics. Each question has a link to a releveant textbook page.

  • learn and revise Electronics for GCSE and A Level
  • teachers can assign topics as self-marking homework
  • teachers can assign topics as on-line self-marking tests. The help links can be disabled for tests.
  • 500 GCSE and AS Level self-marking homework, revision and test questions
  • 500 A Level self-marking homework, revision and test questions
  • it's is based on the UK AQA Electronics GCSE and GCE A Level specifications
  • a new version tuned to the new WJEC specification is under construction (2016)
Microprocessor Simulator

Microprocessor Simulator - GNU/GPL

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If you're looking for Neil's AQA Electronics A Level simulator, it's here with the documentation here.

This simulation uses an instruction set similar to the Intel 8086 chips. The machine language is invented and no hardware exists to run it. The program was originally created because real assembly code run on the old MS DOS machines crashed if there was the smallest error in the code.

  • Learn about microprocessors using a simplified 8 bit machine.
  • Write assembly code programs using commands similar to the Intel 8086 family of chips.
  • Run or single step programs and see the CPU registers and RAM changing.
  • Learn about control systems and program simulated input and output peripherals.
  • Learn about polling and interrupts.
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