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  • Re: Multi point CTS implementation
     Hi Shawn, Thanks for sending me the script. I understand that you want to restrict the multiple clock domains to follow the logical hierarchy and the placement floorplan fence to avoid domain crossing issues. Thanks alot Regards, vamsi.
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by vamsi611 on Wed, Dec 4 2013
  • Re: Multi point CTS implementation
     Hi Shawn, Thanks for the reply. Here your are disconecting clock leaf  and reconnecting to nearest clock port. Can you please share the script which is doing this job.   Thanks and Regards, Vamsi.
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by vamsi611 on Mon, Dec 2 2013
  • Multi point CTS implementation
    I have a netlist and def with single clock port clk. I want to implement multi point cts with 4 clocks(clk1,clk2,clk3,clk4).They are equilent to clock port clk. What are the flow steps in encounter to  implement this multipoint CTS. (How can create 4 new clock ports and remove old clock port clk, how to take care of clock connectivity in ...
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by vamsi611 on Thu, Nov 28 2013
  • Is post CTS optdesign command optimizes clock path.
    optdesign -postcts . Is the above command optimizes clok path.I am not using useful skew in setoptmode. According to my understanding it only optimizes datapath not clockpath. If we set setoptmode usefulskew true, then only  optdesign optimize clock path. Can anyone clarify this or correct me.
    Posted to Digital Implementation (Forum) by vamsi611 on Fri, Sep 20 2013
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