The development of software models of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) within Real-Time Simulators (RTSs) represents a promising tool for the design and validation of monitoring and control applications in electrical power networks. In this sense, it is necessary to find an optimal trade-off between computational complexity and estimation accuracy. In this paper, we present the design and implementation of two new PMU models within the Opal-RT eMEGAsim RTS. The synchrophasor estimation algorithm relies on a Compressive Sensing Taylor-Fourier Model (CS-TFM) approach, and enables us to extract the dynamic phasor associated to the signal fundamental component. The estimation accuracy of the proposed models is characterized with respect to the compliance tests of the IEEE Std. C37.118.1.