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188.8.131.52. Report Asynchronous CDC
|Clocks||Filters the report to only show CDCs that originate from From clock and terminate at To clock.|
|Targets||Filters the report to only show CDCs that originate from From register and terminate at To register. Both the From and To must be registers. This option is optional with the Clocks option.|
|Entries||Limits the number of entries that are reported per CDC category|
|Detail||Chooses whether to show a summary of all CDC’s or give detail on each individual CDC|
|CDC Categories||Specifies the CDC categories to be reported.|
|Report panel name||
Specifies the name of the report panel. You can optionally enable File name to write the information to a file. If you append .htm or .html as a suffix, the Timing Analyzer produces the report as HTML. If you enable File name, you can overwrite or append the file with latest data.
Displays the Tcl syntax that corresponds with the GUI options you select. You can copy the command from the Console into a Tcl file.
The summary view of the Asynchronous CDC Report provides an overview of the number of CDC’s that fall into each category in your design. CDC Count gives the number of topologies detected for a category. Total Transfer Width shows the total number of CDC crossings for a category. This value is different than CDC Count for multibit CDC’s because each topology consists of multiple crossings.
The full view of the Asynchronous CDC report shows the source and destination registers and clocks for each detected CDC topology in your design. You may click on any row of this report. Clicking on a row that contains the name of a CDC category brings up the description for that category and associated Design Assistant rules that check for such topologies. Clicking on a row that contains a CDC displays detailed information on that CDC in the CDC Statistics table. The information available varies depending on the topology of the CDC.
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