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A circuit running in OpenCircuits v2.0 on MacOS, Google Chrome
A circuit running in OpenCircuits v2.0 on MacOS, Google Chrome
Developer(s)Leon Montealegre and others
Stable release
2.0 / January 28, 2020 (2020-01-28)
Preview release
2.7 / July 19, 2021 (2021-07-19)
Written inTypeScript
    Operating systemWindows, macOS, Linux, FreeBSD
    Available inEnglish
    TypeLogic simulation
    LicenseGNU General Public License 3

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    OpenCircuits is a free, online, and open source digital electronics simulator which provides a graphical user interface for people to design and simulate digital electronics. Released under the GNU Public License, OpenCircuits is designed to run on any operating system with an ES6 (or later) compatible browser.[1] It is written primarily in TypeScript, along with SCSS and HTML, and a backend in Golang. The primary developer and founder, Leon Montealegre, has been working on OpenCircuits since early 2017.[2]

    The software is intended for educational use, and is used mostly by students in computer science, or electrical engineering classes that require design and simulation of digital circuits. The software is used at Pasadena City College and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.:[1] The circuits are designed in OpenCircuit's graphical user interface, which has the goal of being fast, easy to use, and user-friendly.[1] OpenCircuits has many features that are lacking in most other free circuit simulation software of similar caliber, this includes[1]

    • Ability to save and load circuits to a database
    • Creation of "Integrated Circuits" which allow bundling of complex circuits into simple, and reusable packages
    • Very smooth and lag-free performance for complex circuits

    OpenCircuits is constantly being updated and is being worked on year-round at Rensselaer's Center for Open Source (RCOS) by a team of students. There are many planned features which includes the ability to share and import other users' circuits, a mobile app, and an analog counter-part.[3]

    See also[edit]

    Other articles of the topics Electronics AND Free and open-source software  : KLayout, Logisim

    Other articles of the topic Electronics : Hitec, Bastl Instruments, Personal computer, KLayout, Logisim

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    • Comparison of EDA Software
    • List of free electronics circuit simulators


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    3. "Open Circuits Issue List". GitHub, Inc. Retrieved 2020-07-03. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

    External links[edit]

    Category:Electronic circuit simulators Category:Free educational software Category:Free simulation software

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