I have the BXL file for it
How can I convert it into protues labrary ????
The ultra library program exports the BXL file into a BXF
and in protues
file>export graph>export BXF file but also it is not showing any thing
is there any solution I want it in protues no matter what
please any help
No experience with protues files - maybe one of our members can make a suggestion ?
I am not sure what what a Protues file is.
I have a few questions.
1. Did you open the file in UL?
2. If yes to 1. could you view the file ok?
3 if yes to 2, What program did you export file to?
PLease e-mail me at email@example.com
I sent an email to you
ISIS proteus file format are LIB, SCH or RM I think
What is the meaning of the XML file
is it helpful in converting into cad tool
If it is possible please give me a call
781-937-1752. I need to know exactly step by step what you are doing and where your troubles are begining.
I do not know how to call you using a mobile
but stay with me 15 minute
I will send what I have done to you
and thanks a lot
Please refer to the word file attached It is discussing every thing I have done except my work in protues
What I have done in protues ISIS is just going to library=> proberties and creat library but it looks only for a LIB file
I do believe .lib file fall under the orcard program..
UL only supports the porgrams listed. THis might be the issue.. UL might not support your program.
I never used the HTML circuits but I assume they would fall under the same rules. I believe they would have to but imported into the program that you are using in order to work with them
I do have EAGLE the free version
and I imported the library but it is better to import a protues library but if you are saying that orcad libraries are lib files
then maybe I can do something about it and import it in proteus
Thanks for your help my question is answered
but one last question if I still have trouble in the same problem do you prefer that I send you email directly or posting here in the forum
Yes, You can e-mail me directly.
One last thing please
I read from the data sheet that AD5930
can work as a slave SPI 16bit
but the microcontroller I am working with is PIC18F4550 from microchip andd it is 8 bit SPI master
someone told me that I can connect dyrectly and program it is that possible
I see it is not right!!!!
I'm not an expert in PIC but honestly I don't believe that the uC is limited to a transmission of 8 bits exclusively....
I think that the transmission sends multiple of 8 bits...the pic should have an internal buffer that continuously send the data until is depleted....
and then finish the transmission (pulling high SS)...
Let me know if something is not clear or you cannot find how to do it.
Honestly I took only the principles it SPI in PIC18
for the DDS AD5930 the control register is 16bit wide so if I want to send 16bit serially it will be like this
Start Bit=>16bit for control register=>End Bit
for PIC18 between the start and stop bit only 8bit of data so if I want to send 16bit it will be like this:
Start Bit=>8bit for control register=>Start Bit=>8bit for control register=>End Bit
Actually the total figure is not clear to me
I think I can find an answer in microchip support forum on this question
Thank you all for your support
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