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  1. I am new to SystemC, and this is my first program. I have timer module already built. sc_main should contain the following points: Instantiation of timer module Trace ports/variable: clock start timeout count start signal to create a trace which contains a waveform of exactly 30 cycles (300ns, that is.) This 30-cycle waveform should include following scenarios: reset the timer for 3 cycles before it is released for counting, during counting reset the timer before count reaches 0, and during counting reset the timer after count reaches 0 clock frequency: 100MHZ Could anyone tell me how to improve my sc_main to get the desired output? Thanks in advance code files timer.h #include "systemc.h" SC_MODULE(timer) { sc_in<bool> start; // ports sc_out<bool> timeout; sc_in<bool> clock; int count; // data and function members void runtimer(); SC_CTOR(timer) { // constructor SC_THREAD(runtimer); sensitive << clock.pos() // sensitivity list << start; count = 0; } }; timer.cpp // timer.cpp #include "timer.h" void timer::runtimer() { while(1) { if (start.read()) { cout << "Timer: timer start detected "<< endl; count = 5; timeout.write(0); } else { if (count == 0) timeout.write(1); else { count--; timeout.write(0); } } wait(); } } main.cpp // main.cpp #include "systemc.h" #include "timer.h" int sc_main(int argc, char* argv[]) { sc_signal<bool> TIMEOUT, START, COUNT; sc_time clkPrd(10, SC_NS);// period sc_clock CLOCK("clock", clkPrd, 0.50, SC_ZERO_TIME, true); // timer clock // Binding timer tm("timer"); tm.count = COUNT; tm.timeout(TIMEOUT); tm.start(START); tm.clock(CLOCK); // sensitivity list tm << START << TIMEOUT << CLOCK; // tracing: sc_trace_file *tf = sc_create_vcd_trace_file("RESULT.vcd"); // External signals sc_trace(tf, CLOCK, "clock"); sc_trace(tf, START, "start"); sc_trace(tf, TIMEOUT, "timeout"); sc_trace(tf, COUNT, "count"); sc_start(30*clkPrd); // simulate for 30 cycles s sc_close_vcd_trace_file(tf); return(0); } Desired waveform output is attached.
  2. Hi all, i'm implementing a timer/counter(8-bit) that should not increment on every clock and i'm not supposed to provide any input clock port . But i need clock period in my design so my question is " How would i provide clock period(through constructor)?" here is the link to my working code on EDAplayground : http://www.edaplayground.com/x/4_dY if there is any problem in my code please feel free to tell me. regards, jatin
  3. Hi All: Get to implement a timer module in SytemC-TLM. And it is at LT level. The Time used for interrupt generation is from sc_time_stamp. My current implementation is using TLM payload event queue, which means the timer caculates the expected wait time for the request and do "notify(x ns)" for the payload event queue. Which the drawback is: 1.When I add the cancel function for a ongoing time request, I can't delete the "time request" from the event queue. I do a workaround like saving some tags when the timeout happened to achieve the "cancel" 2.When I add a stop function for the timer, I also need a tag and did lots of workaround in order to fullfil the stop/re-start function. So, is there any foward way to do this? If i do my own queues instead of using Payload event queue(But I guess I still need to use notify(x ns) in some way), may I somehow delete a ongoing requests? Thanks BR
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