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You don't show your testbench. What's the relationship between readReq and the clock? Is it synchronous? If readReq is coincident with the clock edge, what do think will happen?
Hello, I need to give the inputs via the testbench which needs to increment after every 10ms. How shall I do this?? Help is appreciated. How about using a counter with a 10 Hz clock (1 ms period) or use whatever system clock you have, e.g. 100 MHz clock and create a counter that counts from 0-9,999,999-0 and
Did you run the simulation only for a single clock? you only posted the design, not the testbench
I am trying to write a code in vhdl with a given time period of clock in testbench .When i execute it i get proper output , but if i modify the code slightly i.e including more functions (more operations) then although am not changing anything in the test bench , but still i the clock in the test bench waveform appears to (...)
What exactly is the problem? have you got a testbench to simulate the code? One point : the enable signal should be inside the clock. Your current code could be implemented as a gated clock enable, which is not a good idea in FPGA.
hello, Why the following testbench code in the first clock d1, d2 are value And the second clock a, b library IEEE; use ieee.std_logic_1164.all; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_UNSIGNED.ALL; use ieee.numeric_std.all; use IEEE.MATH_REAL.ALL; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_UNSIGNED.ALL; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_TEXTIO.ALL; library std; use std.textio.all; --in
Sounds like a "My first testbench - part 2" problem, because every testbench for sequential logic involves clock generation, and incrementing an integer or real signal together with clock generation would be the next step.
Hi friends I have the Test Enable signal(TE) 111680 which should be write in vhdl, clkperiod : integer := 4; -- system clock period signal clk : std_logic := '0'; signal te : std_logic := '0'; constant ct : integer := clkperiod/2; clk is already written Can I k
It looks like you are missing a text book like "vhdl for hardware design" or similar. As previously stated, none of the testbench/simulation timing statements works for hardware synthesis. You need to think your design in terms of synthesizable elements, flip-flops and combinational logic. Use a synchronous scheme with a single input (...)
I am trying to convert this vhdl testbench code to verilog testbench, kindly help me to convert this part of code slave_clkedge <= '1' when SLAVE_CPHA = SLAVE_CPOL else '0'; -- Define a 3-bit counter to count SCK edges and data into register so that parallel -- register is loaded. Use same clock (...)
The solution must be checked against the exact problem. There might be additional requirements defined during the course. Did you check the code yourself with a testbench? Should you?
The input is transferred to ouput on the rising edge of clk. It is not shifted. The problem is either in the testbench or a lack of understanding synchronous logic. Depending on the design purpose, you might want to code a pure combinational process without a clock.
Why exactly are you trying to synthesize a testbench? They are for simulation only. You can use them for RTL or gate level simulation, but the testbench remains behavioural code in both cases. r.b.
1. Yes 2. Its a lot easier to do these checks inside your HDL testbench. For vhdl, the quickest and dirtiest way to stop a testbench is: assert (not end_of_sim) report "Simulation finished!" severity failure; Although the cleanest way is to stop all stimulus - ie. halt input processes and turn the clock off. 3. You cant (...)
Then in your testbench you need to create a clock and reset.
the red output is always '1', did you intend to do this? and have you testbenched the design.
you havent posted the testbench or the output waveform.
I guess, the problem is missing knowledge of the vhdl textio package. Generally ASCII formatted data files are a straightforward way to read in stimulation data. You'll read e.g. one line for each clock cycle in your testbench, and decode one or multiple values and assign it to the stimulus vector. The testbench scans (...)
why not write your own testbench?
My vhdl program seems to work when I remove the external clock, but when I add the clock to the RS 232 Reciever Code, It doesn't work anymore in the testbench. I'm trying to make a UART application, PC to Spartan 3E, my PC (hyperterminal is set to 9600 baud rate) so I have to supply the clock RX DCE from (...)