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  1. Probably a very simple request, but I'd like to set the timestep of my ELN module. I found the following piece in the Language Reference Manual: "The timestep for every ELN cluster shall be derived from the timestep of a connected TDF cluster or set by the member functions set_timestep or set_max_timestep of an ELN primitive module derived from class sca_eln::sca_module of the corresponding ELN cluster." From this, I understand that it is possible to set the timestep within the ELN module. Right now, I've declared my module with SC_module(<name>). When I simply call set_timest
  2. Lately, I have been dealing with some issues related to the ELN Networks. I am modelling some ELN modules as if they were completely independent, meaning that they can be connected to each other through its terminals no matter what modules it is connected to (considering, of course, the limitations of an ELN network). My problem is that sometimes I would like to have some kind of ELN Cable so I could connect an ELN Node to an ELN Ground (Node Ref), for example. Sounds crazy, but since I am creating a generic way of connecting these modules, sometimes I cannot directly connect a terminal to
  3. Hi everyone, I have been working with SystemC-AMS lately and having nice results, but now I'm facing some issues with the sca_eln::sca_tdf::sca_vsink module. I created some sc_modules with ELN modules inside. Quite briefly, the final electrical network (which I get from putting those sc_modules together) that I have been having problems with is: ELN: node_ref -> vsource -> node -> vsink -> node -> r -> node -> vsink -> node -> r -> node_ref SC :|-----GENERATOR-----|->|-----------PIPE-----------|->|----------PIPE------------| -> |---SINK---| I
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