Chronogram

Subsections:
Signal selection
Chronogram window

To understand or debug a circuit it is often very useful to be able to observe the different signals in a visual way. This is the purpose of the timeline. This module allows the recording of signals in graphical form or in a table of value in a text file.

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You can enter the logging module via the menu | Simulate || Chronogram |. It brings up the signal selection window.

The circuit below is an illustrative example for the timing module.

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These are the clocks that serve as a driver for displaying signals. The simulation knows two particular clocks. One is imperative and named sysclk and another optional and secondary named clk

Note: it is imperative that a clock named sysclk appears in your circuit. It will be used as a time base by the chronogram module. It does not have to be connected to your circuit. It is in principle the fastest and is set to a duty cycle 1/1 tic.

Next: The Selection tab.