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Simulator Not working

7 months ago

Simulator Not working

Posted by nik33 0 points 5 replies
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Hi,

I have created a logic using SLG46826V chip in GreenPAK Designer. When I tried Software Simulation option, it started and finishes till 100% but does not show plot even if i clicked on show plots option it does not show any plots. I have check different timing options but it didnt work. I saw this issue for the first time. Please could you suggest me.

 

Best regards,

Nikhil A.

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7 months ago

olehs

Nikhil A., 

Thank you for your question, 

Could you check if you use the latest software? The current GreenPAK Designer version is  6.23 (build 003). 

Could you also check if the simulation doesn't work on another PC, if you can't check it, please send the design to me (Oleh.Sapiha@diasemi.com, if you don't want to enclose your project). Which OS do you use?

Best regards, 

olehs 

7 months ago

Hello Oleh,

Thank you for your reply. the problem with simulator has solved without any action .now its working. It might be some issues related to windows updates.

Thanks,

Nikhil A.

 

7 months ago

olehs

Hi Nikhil A., 

Thanks for the feedback! I'm happy that you have solved the issue. Please let me know if you have any other questions about the GreenPAK Designer or chip itself.

Best regards,

Oleh Sapiha

7 months ago

Hello Oleh,

I have one question related to a logic. SLG46826 has Pattern geneator., I need to transfer the predefined code to another SLG46826 once logic reached to specific condition. I want to ask you is there any Application Note or some logic where i can decode this code. 

Thanks,

Nikhil A.

accepted answer!

7 months ago

olehs

Hi nik33, 

You can use the approach shown in the Cookbook. Please see the link for the receiver and the transmitter accordingly:

https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/greenpak-cookbook/bi-directional-communication-receive-first

https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/greenpak-cookbook/bi-directional-communication-transmit-first

Best regards, 

olehs