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[SOLVED] VCD dump for real type i.e analog signals

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nalsai

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I know that for reg type vcd captures transition from 0 to 1 or 1 to 0 where as for real type on what basis it dumps the transitions.
I mean whats the threshold it considers for dumping....
Any ideas...
 

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Any change is considered a trigger to dump to the VCD file. There is no threshold. So this could be quite expensive.
 

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