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Hello all , There are times, when I am not allowed to change the RTL, and all the clocking structure in the design are already optimized. Still I face situations where I have negative slack ( setup as well as hold ) Some times by trying few strategies in Vivado, the tool solves the timing violations, but what if it doesn't ? Question 1 : Ca
dear all, if i have 2 flip-flops , ff1 clock pin is connected to clk ff2 clock pin is connected to gated clock..... my doubt... if i found either hold r setup violation on this path with repsect to +ve edge.. then how i can fix the violation can any one guide me thanks in advance bhaskarg
Hi All, Though there are many ways to fix setup violation coming in your design. 2 of the most methods used up are - Upsizing of the cell ( critical path ) and adding the buffer. Wanted to know what is the criteria for using up any one of the method for a particular critical path. Regards Limitless
Hi frinds.. after post Route fixing setup/hold still i'm seeing some transition violation and fanout violations how to fix them , what are the violations are real....? here are the Fanoutviolation info... ---------------------------------------- *info: there are 121 (...)
Hi folks, I have seen few zero cycle ( set_multicycle_path 0) setup paths in design. Can you explain why there is a need of having 0 cycle setup path? what is a advantage of the same? How do we check hold violations for these kind of paths? These paths are violating setup time. How can fix this issue (...)
Typically, you don't worry about hold fixing during logic synthesis. You'd only try to fix hold violations in P&R after CTS. So yes.
Hi, How do we fix Clock Gating setup violation and Clock Tree Pulse Width violation ? Thanks, Aditya
This is a part of the timing report I obtained after the nanoroute stage of my design in Cadence Encounter 9.1. In order to fix the set up violations, I would like to insert buffers or upsize the cells. But how do I know which cells should I upsize or where should I insert the buffers? Can anybody please help?? Thanx in advance Path 1: VIOLATED
Hi, i am very new to PD and i am working on this block which seems to have a very tight setup/hold margin. i see that the setup violating path has a lot of hold fix cells put in and if i try to reduce the dly or remove the delay cells, it breaks the hold . if i even try vt swapping or upsizing, the hold breaks. there is no noise in the (...)
Hi, Is it true that replacing buffer with 2 inverter in datapath can fix setup violation ? If so please clarify
Hello I am using cadence encounter and need to fix drv violations of max cap and max tran after placement stage. one way is to insert a buffer. What is the command to do that? thanks in advance
1- is the design is timing clean before the postroute? a- if yes, it is also DRV clean, is there huge routing hot spot, which could have been not properly handle before? b- if no, fix the setup before routing.
Hi ramesh28, At which step did you try to fix the setup, synthesis/placement/... Regards.
many ways to fix setup violation after synthesis. 1. size cell and minimize data path delay. 2. check hold margin and useful skew. 3. use LVT cell if all ways can not work. you 'd better add more margin to re-synthesis or re-design.
Hi All , I have internal and external violations in my design . By Internal I mean Reg to reg paths, By external I mean " Input pin to reg " and " reg to output pin " . How to I go about fixing them ?? Should I remove my internal and external setup violations first and then fix hold ? Or should I (...)
Hi~ i have question about opencores i2c slave simulation results. Q1) how can i use "sda_dly" for fix 0 hold margin? Q2) how can i fix timing violation in i2c simulation result? Q3) why happened timing violation Warning! Timing violation $setup( posedge (...)
Hello All, There are 3 basic paths where the setup/Hold violations may occur: - inputs-to-register path - register-to-outputs path - register-to-register path What are the ways to fix them on each one of the paths. Will the methodology be different depending on the path where it's used? Thank you!
YES. These clock transition violations need to fix. The timing is valid if below condition is met. INPUT transition <= LIB transition. Output Cao <= Lib cap value . now its upto signing off team to risk the design or schedule . Recommendation is to fix . Depends again on the magnitude and corresponding path setup and (...)
during the synthesis phase you only fix the setup time. Hold time is only done after clock tree in PnR tool.
Hi Chandra, There may be different approaches to fix it; 1 - If you don't want to modify any routing: - a. Replace any of the cells on the timing path with their slower "pin compatible" versions. In your case the hold violation is very small, and I guess changing 1 cell should be sufficient. - b. Replace the flop with a differen