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I think you want to find the maximum freq that your design can work at. This will be defined by the longest path of your computational logic. You should first define the clock frequency you have in your board and assign this to the input clk pin. Then define the clock generated from the PLL (if you have one). After you run the compilation (...)
You can define it synchronous (e.g. as clock group) if the skew is low enough and the logic is able to run at 3 times clk1 frequency. timing analysis will care for.
First: The constraint concept is the same. Such as you need constraint clock period, identify false path, identify multi-cycle path, define input/output delay. While each tool has different timing constraint syntax.
From Advance ASIC Chip synthesis book: set_clock_latency command is used to define the estimated clock insertion delay during synthesis. This is primarily used during the prelayout synthesis and timing analysis. The estimated delay number is an approximation of the delay produced by the clock tree network insertion (done during the layout p
yes ,you can also use setup and hold time to define timing window!
Dynamic vs Static timing analysis timing analysis is integral part of ASIC/VLSI design flow. Anything else can be compromised but not timing! timing analysis can be static or dynamic. Dynamic timing analysis verifies functionality of the (...)