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 Simvision, the quickest way to know how many pulses one digital signal has? 

Last post Thu, Jul 18 2013 3:25 AM by Andy Stewart. 4 replies.
Started by RyanLV 13 Oct 2010 12:31 AM. Topic has 4 replies and 4644 views
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  • Wed, Oct 13 2010 12:31 AM

    • RyanLV
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    Simvision, the quickest way to know how many pulses one digital signal has? Reply

     Is there any why to know how may pulses one digital signal has between some time in waveform? I think simvision could support some way, like expression or calculation, to count how many rising or falling edges in simulation.

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  • Wed, Oct 13 2010 12:42 AM

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    Re: Simvision, the quickest way to know how many pulses one digital signal has? Reply

    There is a plug-in that counts the edges between the cursors. Ping me your email address via PM and I'll send you a copy of the plug-in.

    From version 10.2 (to be released next month) the count-edges facility will be built into the tool.

    Steve Hobbs / Applications Engineer / Cadence Functional Verification
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    Re: Simvision, the quickest way to know how many pulses one digital signal has? Reply

     I could wait for next release, thanks a lot. The feature is very helpful

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    Re: Simvision, the quickest way to know how many pulses one digital signal has? Reply

    I've had a few requests recently for copies of the plug-in, and it's great to see lots of people keen on SimVision.

    However I'd like to remind everyone that the plug-in is not required now that Incisive 10.2 is with us, as the count-edges capability is now integrated natively into SimVision. If you're still using an older version of Incisive, I'd really recommend to upgrade as there are so many useful improvements in the simulator and in SimVision since 9.2...

    Cheers!
    Steve.

    Steve Hobbs / Applications Engineer / Cadence Functional Verification
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  • Thu, Jul 18 2013 3:25 AM

    Re: Simvision, the quickest way to know how many pulses one digital signal has? Reply

    I'm after toggle/activity data in different regions of my designs and unfortunately the "Count Edges" thats built into Simvision only runs on a single signal.  If I select more than one its greyed-out.  Is there a way to get toggle information (aggregate is fine) for multiple signals?  It would be a useful and quick way of looking at activity in different parts of a design.

    AndyS

     

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