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  1. DigitalConfig


    I have found online lots or resources for creating arrays of signals, but what I have is the need to create an array of processes. for example I have a simple process that adds 2 8bit signals: sigT <= sig1 + sig2; I would like to create an Array of a particular circuit design where I could use dozens, perhaps 100s and if I am able to upgrade to your Artix200 or kintex products soon perhaps 1000s. can you direct me to such resources that might lead me to complete this kind of task please? Sincerely, DC
  2. After I collect data using the scope, I'm trying to write the script to create an array with such data so that I can further analyze it. However, I noticed that the "" (7693 samples) outputs different data from that shown in the table on the Scope tab -> View -> Data (8192 samples). Any recommendations on how to output the data displayed on the oscilloscope? PS: On the "WaveForms 2015 Reference Manual" it is said that Scope1.Channel1.checked obtains the data array, but this is false since ".checked" returns true or false.
  3. Hello! Some of you may have wished there was a way to conveniently store data that you were collecting without having to declare individual variables for every piece of data. Arrays are a great way to solve this dilemma. You can learn more about arrays and how to use them from the Digilent Blog, this Learn Module, and this Instructable.