• Re: How to use $time in verilog?

    From Nawroz Qahraman@21:1/5 to All on Fri Sep 24 06:20:55 2021
    The timestamp format is a simple 32-bit counter running at 1MHz, therefore each count is equivalent to 1 microsecond.
    The timestamp can be passed into the DUT directly from the testbench as a new 32-bit input.
    Please help!!!!!

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  • From Nawroz Qahraman@21:1/5 to hsr...@my-deja.com on Fri Sep 24 06:20:12 2021
    On Monday, April 24, 2000 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, hsr...@my-deja.com wrote:
    Hello,
    Could anybody help me as how to use $time in verilog.
    I need a timestamp of start of some event and the end of the same.
    for instance.
    The timestamp should start at the rising edge of a signal called UP and should end at the rising edge of the other signal DOWN.
    The time is actually the diffrence between DOWN - UP.
    Please help me.
    Hari.

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