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  1. Sorry its my mistake and i used set_time resolution at the time of elaboration, but didn't notice my sc_clock declaration. Before (error) sc_clock clk("clk",20, SC_FS); sc_set_time_resolution(1,SC_FS); After (start working) sc_set_time_resolution(1,SC_FS); sc_clock clk("clk",20, SC_FS); Thanks and closing the topic. Regards, Prasanna
  2. Thank you for the reply. I did the same as it is required. but the result is same. Regards Prasanna
  3. Looking for an example running at SC_FS with the help of SC_CLOCK or any other way, small example with 2.2 and 2.3? Do i need to set any specific parameter before simulation, i am getting the following error Error: (E102) sc_clock high time is zero: increase the period or increase the duty cycle: Regards Prasanna
  4. Hi Philipp, Thanks for the reply. Hope you are doing good. I am not going to have anything SC_AS in breaking the exisiting flow. I am already doing with the standard C++/ C (with the help of time_t factor) with internal computation as you mentioned. But i am converting to handle at simulation point (using systemC) than local system time perspective, so thought of using with small delay factor for the sampling. Anyway i will try as you mentioned with the small conversion. Thank you once again. Have a nice weekend! Regards Prasanna.
  5. I understand the maximum support is SC_FS (femtoseconds), is there any way we can do or handle attoseconds (10 to the power -18). I am doing some DSP algorithms for the attenuation and need to handle attoseconds. Any update will be great, thanks a lot. Regards Prasanna.
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