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 Generating Waveforms in Palladium 

Last post Fri, Oct 20 2006 10:59 AM by archive. 2 replies.
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    Generating Waveforms in Palladium Reply

    What are various methods of generating waveforms in palladium.Very brief description and
    pros/cons of each will be really helpful.
    Thanks.


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  • Fri, Nov 3 2006 1:51 AM

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    RE: Generating Waveforms in Palladium Reply

    Palladium provides access to all nets within a design. The user does not have to define which nets he wants to see they are all probed by default without any overhead in terms of runtime performance or emulator capacity.

    Displaying waveform data can be done using either Debussy or SimVision.


    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by GaryHall
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  • Fri, Feb 9 2007 9:42 AM

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    RE: Generating Waveforms in Palladium Reply

    At our company we use Debussy basically because that is what we started with 5 years ago. We do the following:
    1. Start-up questDebug
    2. Select the trace from the simulation
    3. Select probes from the design/testbench (this can also be a file of pre-selected probes)
    4. View the waveforms
    (note: the probes for the waveform can be selected from a list or from a previously saved file)


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