Hello there; I have simulated a module with an external temperature sensor(LM75). In the top Level module the port were defined as "inout" type something like this
i2c_scl : inout std_logic;
i2c_sda : inout std_logic;
achitecture behav of top_level is
Signal i2c_scl_int : std_logic;
Signal i2c_sda_int : std_logic;
i2c_scl <= '0' when i2c_scl_int ='0' else 'Z';
i2c_sda <= '0' when i2c_sda_int ='0' else 'Z';
With the above Code my Output was "ZZ" every time and I have to modify the LM75 source Code as well as the i2c Controller Code to get a proper Output Signal. I would like to know if there is any other Approach by not modifying the source Code and only add some Code in the testbench? Thank you.
Vahr wrote: > I would like to know if there is any other Approach by not modifying the > source Code and only add some Code in the testbench? Assign a weak "H" to the signals as you do it in real life with the I2C pullup resistors also.
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Vahr wrote: > With the above Code my Output was "ZZ" every time Independently from the i2c_scl_int and i2c_sda_int states?
Hello Lothar; Thanks for your help. I do have a proper Output Signal now. The Problem I am facing now is my i2c_sda Signal. It will start showing a proper waveform and later on just Change to "X" and some "H" and "0" and the waveform will get back to normal after some time. Is there any way I can filter it to have a clean Signal? many thanks
Vahr wrote: > Is there any way I can filter it to have a clean Signal? In real life you will have a proper signal. To get rid of the 'X' in simulation you should initialise your signals in a way like that:
Signal i2c_scl_int : std_logic := '1';
Signal i2c_sda_int : std_logic := '1';