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What's Good About DEHDL’s Cross Referencing of Hierarchical Nets? 16.6 has Several New Enhancements!

Comments(0)Filed under: SPB, Design Entry HDL, ConceptHDL, PCB, Design Entry, design, hierarchy, hierarchical schematics, Grzenia, 16.6, Cadence, Cadence Design Systems, hierarchical blockThe 16.6 Design Entry HDL (DEHDL) Cross Referencer has some new enhancements to report on hierarchical nets.

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Just a quick post this week to share with you a couple new capabilities in the DEHDL Cross Referencer.

There is a new option to generate Cross References using nets from all levels of the schematic hierarchy:


Each net instance contains Cross References for the net instances across all levels of hierarchy.

There is also an option to generate Cross References only for net instances connected to primitives:
  • All net instances contain Cross References only for net instances connected to primitives
  • Net instances connected to a block symbol will not be included in the Cross Reference list
  • Net instances connected to a block symbol will contain the list of all net instances connected to primitives


I look forward to your feedback!

Jerry “GenPart” Grzenia

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