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Dear All, In xilinx spartan2 there are block RAMs which is defined in Verilog. I am writing a VHDL code using these block RAMs and calling these RAMs as a component and port mapping accordingly. While simulating my VHDL code in Modelsim i am getting a following error "Actual (prefix expression) for formal "web" is not a globally static expres
I'm getting the following error when compiling in ModelSim: Array type case expression must be of a locally static subtype. The error points to the first part of the case statement in the following code: library ieee; use IEEE.std_logic_1164.all; use IEEE.numeric_std.all; entity amplitude_lookup is generic (
The idea with polyfit sounds great. Unfortunatelly I don't know the range. To be more specific here is the code that I try to optimize: static float EvaluateC_PF(DEB_PARAM*deb_param,float RD,BOOL first_call,void* cache_buf) { float C; float D,L1,L2,A,M; float tmp1,tmp2,tmp3; float* cache=(float*)cache_buf; A = pow((19000.0*deb_par
For more information, refer to Sedra & Smith, "Microelectronic Circuits" on small-signal amplification, single transistor amplifier, emitter degeneration. A bypass capacitor in parallel with a emitter resistor Re sees its purpose in AC conditions. Capacitor in DC is an open-circuit. Thus static current Icq only flows throught emitter resistor in
answer is yes and no. use temporal expression to do that. assertions are two kind (static - without simulation ) -which is not possible in specman and (dynamic - while simulation ) - which is very much possible through temporal checks /.ue
It is a good idea to do static analysis on your code, using something like Gimpel lint. Gimpel also supply a MISRA checking file as well. You'd be surprised how many bugs can be detected by static analysis! In the automotive industry, software has to be MISRA compliant. MISRA is very fussy about types!
I don't think the expression of DC adn AC performance is correct. I think it is should be called static and dynamic performance.
hello everyone! i'm trying to run the code given in this paper. . . . . ///* static unsigned int i=0; InitTask(1,1); while(1) { while(PORTB.F1); flag=0; } //*/ } // //Start flashing // void Task2(void) { //* InitTask(2,1); while(1)
Hello Everyone, I?m looking for some help with calculating the dynamic range of the logarithmic op-Amp circuits ( both Basic Log Amplifier using Transistor and Diode). Can someone please direct me? In the following MT-077 TUTORIAL in Page number 4 mentioned "the dynamic range of this c