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The paper considers the development, design and test procedures for a range of random-pulse generators which exploit the properties of chaincodes. While the generators were developed for simulation of road-traffic situations, they have wide applications in the simulation of the central processors of digital computers and the testing of digital control systems. The generators operate at high speed in a parallel fashion. They require only a very limited number of logical elements, and output-pulse patterns may be repeated starting at any point.