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Questa Intel Starter - How to get signal to display as a waveform in the Wave window

DukeCityWildcat
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Can anyone tell me how I can get my "sum" signals to display as a waveform rather than a sequence of integer blocks? I attached the Wave window so you can see what I am talking about. I also attached the definition of the "sum" signal. I know it can be done, because I saw someone else on YouTube do it with similar code ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YnyNAxaJIg&list=PLGzeDuLmmxDrT1anK6PfgURjwVbwevuLV&index=5&ab_channel=MarcoWinzker ). I haven't got a response from him yet, so I thought I would try this message board.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

 

 

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FvM
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The question isn't completely clear. Are you referring to displaying an integer signal as a waveform curve? That's done by selecting Format->Analog in the wave viewer.

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sstrell
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You have sum as an integer so that's a 32-bit signal.  You would need to add the 32 individual signals to the wave window or there may be an option when you right-click sum in the Wave window.

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FvM
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The question isn't completely clear. Are you referring to displaying an integer signal as a waveform curve? That's done by selecting Format->Analog in the wave viewer.

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DukeCityWildcat
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Thanks, Format->Analog did the trick. Setting a good min and max value and selecting "Clamp waveform within row" gave me exactly what I was looking for!

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