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Hi,When I did the Post-Route Simulation of a pipelined floating point arithmetic unit using Modelsim, I am getting a warnings as follows:# ** Warning: Design size of 135539 statements or 0 non-Xilinx leaf instances exceeds ModelSim XE-Starter recommended capacity.# Expect performance to be quite adversely affected.# ** Note: (vsim-3587) SDF Backannotation Successfully Completed.# Time: 0 ps Iteration: 0 Region: /test_bench_tbw File: test_bench_tbw.vhw# .main_pane.mdi.interior.cs.vm.paneset.cli_0.wf.cli p.cs.pw.wf# .main_pane.workspace.interior.cs.nb.canvas.noteboo k.cs.page2.cs# .main_pane.signals.interior.cs# ** Warning: /X_SFF SETUP High VIOLATION ON I WITH RESPECT TO CLK;# Expected := 0.097 ns; Observed := 0.01 ns; At : 304.125 ns# Time: 304125 ps Iteration: 3 Instance: /test_bench_tbw/uut/i_prenorm_addsub_fracta_28_o_0Can anybody tell me what these warnings mean?I am not getting the output for the first clock cycle in the post-route simulation. When I increase the period of the clock up to 200ns, output is coming correctly for the first clock cycle also. If, I go below 200 ns, output does not come in the first clock cycle and if I go below 100 ns, the output will not come for first two clock cycles. However, output is coming correctly in behavioral simulation in all the clock cycles.Please throw some light.Thanks...Please help.
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