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Adventurer
Adventurer
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Registered: ‎07-27-2018

100G rx_alignment on Post Synthesis functional simulation

Hi,

I'm trying to simulate a US+ 2019.1 100G xilinx IP, I have a custom design:

1) board kcu116

2) clock for init_clk 125Mz

3) CAUI-4 with 161.1328 MHz for gt clk

4) AXI stream and AXi4-Lite to control rx_alignment from CMAC internal register

5) testbench in which I connect gt_rx/tx port in loopback

In Behavioural simulation I have no problem and I can see alignment and the packet trasmitted form AXI Stream Tx port that arrives to Rx of CMAC.

Instead If I run simulation after Post Synthesis, both Functional and Timing simulation I don't get the alignment, I tried for 1ms of simulation.

The same happens with an example design project of CMAC provide by Xilinx, the behavioural works but after synthesis it doesn't get the alignment.

Have I to wait more time in the simulation?

Is there a start-up timing to wait after the boats is powered on?

I release reset in this sequence:

1) release reset for cmac sys:reset

2) release reset for both gt:rx and gt_tx path at the same time

3) then I release reset of control logic

the control logic wait to poll the cmac on axi4-lite port for about 30us the starts.

I don't know if the 2 thinks are related, however the design havven't any timing issue on timing summary.

Thank you!

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Xilinx Employee
Xilinx Employee
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Registered: ‎05-01-2013

回复: 100G rx_alignment on Post Synthesis functional simulation

Have you set "-d SIM_SPEED_UP"?

Do you enable RSFEC?

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Moderator
Moderator
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Registered: ‎04-01-2018

Re: 100G rx_alignment on Post Synthesis functional simulation

HI @namabo 

As I understood from your description about simulation: Behaviour simulation with SIM_SPEED_UP applied will take less time than the Post synthesis simulation.Hardware testing will take the time equivalent to Post synthesis simulation for the rx_alignment. As I simulated some time back it takes about 1.683ms to get rx_alignment. 

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If you beleive the funcitonal simulation takes even more than this time for your custom design we can think of resets.Please share your simualtion screens.

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Adventurer
Adventurer
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Registered: ‎07-27-2018

Re: 100G rx_alignment on Post Synthesis functional simulation

Hi @kgadde,

I confirm you that example design converges in 1.6 ms to rx_alignment in Post functional simulation.

@kgadde,

I'm trying to simulate the post-functional with RS-FEC on the example design It takes a lot of time for now I'm at 2.5ms (about 7h).

 

I will let you know.

Thank you for your support guys.

Regards

 

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Adventurer
Adventurer
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Registered: ‎07-27-2018

Re: 100G rx_alignment on Post Synthesis functional simulation

I finished the simulation on the example design and

after 10ms it doesn't reach the alignment yet, it ends with the following errors:

ERROR : Rx_Aligned failed - Time Out Error
ERROR : Time Out Error

Now, these are the first experiment I do with post synth and post impl simulation, in my design I skept this point because I preferred to go in the real hardware with ILA or System ILA.

I extend the thread and I would like to know your personal approach:

Do you perform all the simulation steps in a project or do you prefer to consider just the behavioural sim or simulation subset? If so which subset do you use?

The simulation time is very high, 3/4hours for post-synthesis, I didn't try the post implementation but I think it could easly reach one day of simulation.

Thank you

Regards

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