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PSoC 5, 3 & 1

Anonymous
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1: My design is getting more complex, and I have a lot of wires that are long and snake around.  I'd like to use something like Net Names in Altium to connect things, rather than having snaky wires.  Can I do that, and if so, how?

   

 

   

2: I have a lookup table that I want to drive from a counter. The counter output is a bus [2:0] and the LUT has three discrete inputs, IN0, IN1, IN2.  How do I connect these?

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Bob_Marlowe
Expert II

a1:You can right click on a signal and edit name and width.

   

a2: Connect your 3 LUT signals with a bit longer wires to the bus, then pick wire by wire and again use "edit name and width"

   

 

   

Bob

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Bob_Marlowe
Expert II

a1:You can right click on a signal and edit name and width.

   

a2: Connect your 3 LUT signals with a bit longer wires to the bus, then pick wire by wire and again use "edit name and width"

   

 

   

Bob

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Anonymous
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I see now!  Thanks

   

So when I attach a wire to a block with a bus input or output, the wire is automatically a bus.

   

Then when I create wires to connect the bits on the other block they are also bus wires, which causes the error, until I go tell them to be single bits, and which bit to be.

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