NI Multisim Microcontroller Functionality: Feature Chart
Updated Feb 4, 2020
NI Multisim microcontroller(MCU) functionality (formerly known as the NI Multisim MCU Module) allows you to seamlessly place, program and co-simulate a microcontroller with SPICE in a single environment.
As a part of the Electronics Education platform, the MCU provides an ideal environment for students to learn how a microcontroller works in digital electronics, computer architecture and other design applications. The MCU functionality also offers a convenient way in which to interface an MCU within an analog and digital circuit to emulate the behavior of an entire system.
NI Multisim MCU Functionality Features
Formerly known as MultiMCU and the Multisim MCU Module, the Multisim MCU functionality includes C language support, intuitive file management and simulation peripherals. The chart below provides details of the functionality of the Multisim MCU functionality.
Microcontroller (MCU) and Language Support
Multisim MCU Functionality
Intel 8051/8052 support
Microchip PIC16F84(a) support*
Assembly language support
Hex code language support
C code language support
Add header and .lib (library) files
MCU source code manager
Multiple source file per microcontroller project
Project and workspace management integrated with Multisim IDE
* In Multisim Full and Multisim Power Pro, professionals are unable to compile PIC16F84(a) assembly code.